When Online Video Consumption Moves to Exabytes in 8 Years: Will Phones, TV, Music Player, and Computers Really Converge?
Portals and KM
SEPTEMBER 10, 2009
ReadWriteWeb says that the bandwidth problem will get worst before it gets better, but it will get better. They go on toe argue that bandwidth speeds have accounted for many of the major revolutions the internet has seen including the abundance of high-speed data connections in 2005 that made the video-sharing site YouTube a hit. I now use it instead of a car radio or CD player and now have music wherever I am with no need for electricity or wifi. Good thing I got my iPhone.