Cisco Systems' latest networking forecast predicts that wireless data traffic is expected to grow to 6.3 exabytes by 2015 as networks and devices improve and more tablets come on the scene.
Company's mobile data forecast predicts a 39-fold increase in mobile data traffic over the next four years.
Not only will Verizon's LTE service be in 400 markets next week, but the carrier also notes that soon the network will carry the majority of its wireless data traffic.
AT&T subscribers are embracing the carrier's public Wi-Fi networks, which helps alleviate traffic congestion on the carrier's 3G wireless data network.
AT&T has been claiming that it is the nation's leader when it comes to wireless data, but a report from ABI Research contradicts that assertion. Who's right?
Carriers are turning toward more intelligent network management to ensure their networks can handle the onslaught of wireless data traffic that is being thrown at them.