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Edward Qian

Interesting analysis with simplicity. Converting Bytes to Bits was missed though, which will yield an 8 times higher result than what you concluded.

Martin

Hi Edward,

thanks very much for your comment, you pointed me to a big mistake here! If the number was really 8 times bigger then the network would be overloaded so something had to be seriously wrong with the numbers. I checked the presentation again and it was actually 1000 and NOT 10000 TB a month. With that the numbers are ok again.

I corrected the title of the post and the text accordingly. Thanks again!

Martin

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