Image traffic growth outpaces video in smartphone heavy markets

28 November 2012


Image traffic is growing faster than video traffic in markets with high levels of smartphone penetration, according to data released today.

While video traffic has widely been touted as a driver behind rising demand for data, image traffic has been given less prominence meaning the report from mobile internet solutions company Flash Networks may take some telcos by surprise.

Flash found that image traffic in the Americas and Europe grew 33% over the last six months...



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