Loc: Sunnyvale, CA, USA
This is ugly. The cloud won't work too well until network undercapacity gets addressed. Fiber optic can't keep up of course, and aint cheap - Europeans have started to go over to wireless ( apparently they feel the solar events problems are addressable/fixed/whatever ).
Netflix has been in the news lately due to several outages and a cause may have been found. It could be that the problem is Netflix itself. According to Sandvine, Netflix is responsible for 20.6% of all peak period traffic in North America. Be careful of success, it may be your undoing.
You may think of Netflix as that mail-order DVD business, but the company’s growth as an Internet video-on-demand (VoD) service has been explosive. Now, if only the Internet can keep up with the demand.
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