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According to a recent report from Arbor Networks, about 30 large companies – including Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, which Arbor referred to as “hypergiants”—control early a third of all Internet traffic today.

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, google, facebook, microsoft, hypergiants, arbor networks

Ed Gubbins, “Study: Most Internet traffic bypasses tier-one networks,” TelephonyOnline. October 12, 2009.