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+ - Research Group Predicts Internet Brownouts in 2010

Submitted by ChazeFroy
ChazeFroy (51595) writes "Nemertes Research predicts that "Internet users will face regular 'brownouts' that will freeze their computers as capacity runs out in cyberspace" as early as next year. "Consumer demand, already growing at 60 per cent a year, will start to exceed supply from as early as next year because of more people working online and the soaring popularity of bandwidth-hungry websites such as YouTube and services such as the BBC's iPlayer.""
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Research Group Predicts Internet Brownouts in 2010

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