Internet Full By 2010?
A new study has shown that bandwidth could be at full capacity in three years.
A new study by US company Nemertes Research has warned that increased demand for bandwidth could see the Internet running out of capacity by 2010.
With increased amounts of data being transmitted, that could mean severe slowdowns and possibly even Internet gridlock. The study estimates that $137 billion needs to be spent to upgrade networks to make them completely fit for purpose.
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