Report: Mobile broadband traffic mimicking landline broadband

Wireless carriers not only will have to contend with rising volumes of mobile broadband traffic, they will also have to tackle traffic patterns that mirror those found in fixed broadband, according to a new report. Network policy provider Sandvine is set to release its semi-annual Internet traffic trends report, and one of the key conclusions of the report is that wireless subscribers are increasingly using bandwidth-heavy applications found on wireline networks, including video and real-time communications services. Article

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