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How much of the bandwidth do we really use? An investigation of residential access traffic load

Aurelius, Andreas LU ; Arvidsson, Åke; Heegard, Poul; Villa, Björn; Kihl, Maria LU and Zhang, Yichi (2012) 14th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks In [Host publication title missing]
Abstract
Internet traffic from a fibre based residential access network is investigated concerning traffic volumes and link load. Also the cost of the services is analyzed. We show that 1 Mbps accesses subscribers maintain high loads, and that the price they pay per GB used is five times higher than the one paid by 100 Mbps access subscribers.
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14th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
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EIT_IPNQSIS IP Network Monitoring for Quality of Service Intelligent Support
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English
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