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Mobility Revolution: 8 Shocking Stats From Cisco's 2014 Mobile Traffic Forecast

As mobile devices continue to soar in popularity, the amount of data generated by those devices becomes mind-boggling. And it's only just begun.

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4G Fuels The Fire

As more mobile users migrate to 4G or Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, worldwide mobile traffic is set soar, Cisco says.

The reason is because 4G devices tend to be faster and higher-performing, meaning they encourage the use of advanced, bandwidth-hungry multimedia applications more than earlier-generation devices do. According to Cisco, 4G connections in 2013 generated 14.5 times more traffic on average than a non-4G connection. In fact, even though 4G connections represent only 2.9 percent of all mobile connections today, they already account for 30 percent of all mobile traffic.

Cisco expects mobile 4G connections to grow from 203 million in 2013 to 1.5 billion by 2018.

 
 
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