iCloud - Is it going to hurt access providers?

Skeeve Stevens Skeeve at eintellego.net
Sat Sep 3 09:26:17 CDT 2011


I'm not saying that people haven't being doing itŠ Dropbox is an exampleŠ
but you add millions of iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches and OSX Lion's out
there and that means a hell of a lot of new traffic.

ŠSkeeve

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jared Mauch <jared at puck.nether.net>
Date: Sat, 3 Sep 2011 08:55:44 -0400
To: Alex Rubenstein <alex at corp.nac.net>
Cc: Skeeve Stevens <skeeve at eintellego.net>, "nanog at nanog.org"
<nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: iCloud - Is it going to hurt access providers?

>I was thinking the same thing. People have been dealing with this for
>years. File sharing has had the same properties in the access networks
>for years now. 
>
>Jared Mauch
>
>On Sep 3, 2011, at 8:27 AM, Alex Rubenstein <alex at corp.nac.net> wrote:
>
>> I think is would be short term. The home user is not going to
>>continuously upload data. They will do an initial sync, then
>>incrementals. 
>> 
>> People are doing this today with success. This is not a new thing.





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