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Question about "Whitepaper data"

jiny.park@lge.com

I'd like to separate the US data from the figure 23 below. and this figure was listed the whitepaper "Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2016–2021 White Paper" - Document ID:1454457600805266

Who can I get help with?


Figure 23.    IP Traffic by Access Technology

C11-738429-00_figure23.jpg

  • 1. Re: Question about "Whitepaper data"

    Thanks for your interest in the Cisco VNI studies. Please see the below chart with the VNI US specific IP traffic forecast by technology:

    US_IP_Traffoc_by_Technology.JPG

     

    We appreciate your reference to our VNI data, per our simple guidelines available in the Q&A:

     

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    We are always interested in the context in which our data is used and would appreciate it if parties that use our content would share copies of their completed work containing Cisco VNI insertions, if it can be shared.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

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    Usha

     

    Cisco VNI Team

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