Netflix is 15% of the total downstream volume of traffic across the entire internet, while all video services take up almost 58% worldwide.
6.5% of households in North America are accessing pirated live television services each month, according to a new report by Sandvine.
Almost 70% of Kodi installations are configured to access unlicensed video content, according to research on behalf of Sandvine.
Netflix represented 35.2% of traffic on North America fixed networks, according to Sandvine’s Global Internet Phenomena Report: Latin America & North America.
Sandvine, a provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has released its latest Global Internet Phenomena Report focusing on Asia-Pacific and Europe.
Netflix continues to slowly increase its domination of North American fixed networks, accounting for 36.5% of downstream traffic in the peak evening hours.
Netflix continues to dominate North American networks, accounting for 34.9% of downstream traffic in the peak evening hours.
Netflix and YouTube account for 50% of all North American fixed network data, according to Sandvine’s internet traffic trends report.
Netflix and over-the-top services are increasingly responsible for downstream traffic in the US, according to Sandvine’s 10th Global Internet Phenomena Report: Fall 2011.
The age of internet video is upon us, according to a case study about Netflix carried out by Sandvine. “Subscribers have clearly embraced the Netflix streaming service, fundamentally altering the internet landscape. Furthermore, the success of Netflix’ expansion into Canada suggests that it is not a phenomenon localised to the US.”