In two weeks on October 2nd, Sandvine will release the 1H 2018 Global Internet Phenomena Report. The report will be a bit different than it has been in the past: we now have a much larger data set with the new Sandvine than ever before. This time, we'll answer questions like "What generates the most traffic?" and delve deeper into specific application...
Last year, as part of Sandvine’s Global Internet Phenomena program, we released four spotlight reports that examined data fraud and revenue assurance issues that are facing network operators around the world.
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This isn't the first, the second, the third, but actually, Sandvine's fourth blog post on Super Bowl streaming. Each time I've written it, we've looked a the same types of data, and in the six years since we first published our post, I can tell you that not much has changed in how people use the Internet on Super Bowl Sunday.
Since our report on the “fully-loaded” Kodi ecosystem, we have been digging deeper into research types of video piracy, and today we released a new report on an emergent form of subscription television piracy that aims to replicate the live television experience offered by cable and satellite providers for approximately $10 USD a month.
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