Exclusive Event: The New Broadband Buildout

1Executive Summary

The investors, technologists and entrepreneurs responsible for the first broadband buildout are busy at work on a second-wave buildout that will boost capacity substantially. To better understand the opportunities and implications of this innovation, we’re bringing together a group of more than 50 thought leaders in a town hall forum at our San Francisco headquarters on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 9:30 a.m. (PST).

Archive Video: Part I
Discussion Leaders:

  • David Morken – CEO at Bandwidth.com
  • Artur Bergman – Vice President Engineering & Operations at Wikia
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Archive Video: Part II

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About This Event
The conversation, led by GigaOM Senior Writer Stacey Higginbotham, will focus on what impact the broadband buildout will have on today’s technology markets, from web-based consumer services to cloud computing services for the enterprise.

The event itself is invite-only, but we’ll haveĀ the live video stream and archive footage available only at GigaOM Pro. If you have questions that you’d like us to address, or topics you hope we’ll cover, share them in the discussion area below. To follow along live on Wednesday, join us here at 9:30 a.m. (PST) for embedded video and a liveblog. NOTE: Once the event begins, we won’t be able to accept all questions that come in through this comment thread.

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  1. Great event. Question for Stacey:

    In your introduction, you mentioned some interesting stats, but I couldn’t hear them clearly.

    I thought you said
    - 41% of network traffic is HTML (of which 20% is P2P video, and 8% video streaming). Is that correct

    If so, what is consuming the other 59%

    If not, what is correct %

    Thanks!

    1. Stacey Higginbotham sach Monday, March 1, 2010

      Sach, the data is from Telegeography. In 2009, Email was 5 percent of traffic, VoIP was 4 percent, gaming was 3 percent, IM was 2 percent, IP VPN was 8 percent and the rest was other.

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