|reply to FFH |
Re: Past statistics don't always show future trends
said by FFH:I realize you've said that before, but it reads more like a provider's press release than empirical information.
A lot of these predictions that the internet WON'T face much higher bandwidth demand is based on past statistics. But a paradigm break is in process. The past statistics can't recognize the tremendous growth of online high def video that is coming. Those predicting drastic growth may be more prescient than the statisticians looking backward.
said by fatness:If Karl can keep posting the same story over and over, I figure I can post the same reply as well.
I realize you've said that before, but it reads more like a provider's press release than empirical information.
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