Chart reflects data collected at ARPA, NSF data and this analysis, and speculates on growth in the future Looking to the future, we believe growth will eventually have to flatten out, because most countries will not spend more on telecommunications in the future than they do today If traffic growth continues at the 4x rate, growth will slow near 2008-2010 and will remain at the same rate as the % GDP as voice traffic If growth slows or accelerates, the interception of the GDP asymptote will move forward or backward in time
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