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Mobile devices now make up 20.2% of U.S. web traffic, according to ad network Chitika -...

Mobile devices now make up 20.2% of U.S. web traffic, according to ad network Chitika - smartphones account for 14.6%, and tablets, which are seeing traffic grow especially quickly, make up 5.6%. Such growth, which AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) claim justifies their spectrum-purchase attempts, begs the question of how long carriers can maintain their muted capex spending - infrastructure providers such as ERIC, ALU, JNPR, FFIV, ALLT and PKT badly hope there's a pickup. (also)
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  • Pwdrskir
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    It's too bad we don't have more Competition...oh sorry, I forgot that the Govt created (directly and indirectly) monopolies in both wireless and cable broadband at the expense of those who own said Internet for the purpose of campaign contributions.

     

    Competition is more important than govt will ever understand. Stupid govt.
    27 May 2012, 03:14 AM Reply Like
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