Allot: World Cup Drives 26% Uptick in Mobile Broadband Use

Allot Communications' (www.allot.com) data indicates a 26 percent increase in overall mobile broadband usage during the initial 10 days of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The surge is apparent particularly in Web browsing, P2P and video streaming. The complete Allot Mo...

Jun 23rd, 2010
Allot Communications' (www.allot.com) data indicates a 26 percent increase in overall mobile broadband usage during the initial 10 days of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The surge is apparent particularly in Web browsing, P2P and video streaming. The complete Allot MobileTrends World Cup 2010 report detailing the effects of the tournament on global mobile broadband will be available in mid-July.

Rami Hadar, president and CEO of Allot Communications, said: "The surge in usage of mobile devices during matches is proof that there is a new paradigm in global entertainment--real-time anywhere viewing. This is really a case of the future unfolding before our eyes."
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