Internet doom and gloom scenarios just a lot of hooey?

Ars Technica writer Nate Anderson--on the heels of a reports that came out today from Arbor Networks and the University of Michigan showing the majority of Internet traffic volume is moving between content providers, CDNs and consumer networks, and NOT the traditional "core" transit providers--is bent on debunking the gloom and doom predictions of some Internet consultancies that the Internet is headed for trouble because a massive flood of data--video data--is coming down the pike. And, he does a pretty good job of it.

For more:
- see this Ars Technica article

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