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Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
Akamai State of the Internet  Q3-2011
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Akamai State of the Internet Q3-2011

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  • 1. Q3 2011 State of the Internet WebinarFebruary 14, 2012 David Belson, Akamai Richard Möller, Ericsson Svante Bergqvist, Ericsson
  • 2. Agenda • Security • Observed Attack Traffic • SSL • Internet Connectivity • IPv4 • IPv6 • Average & Peak Connection Speeds • High Broadband & Broadband Adoption • Mobile Insight (from Ericsson) • Related Data Visualization Tools • Q&A2 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 3. Sources of Observed Attack Traffic • Indonesia jumps to top of the global list in the 3rd quarter • Italy continues to top the mobile network list • Some overlap in countries between global & mobile lists • Nearly half of globally observed attacks came from APAC • Concentration of mobile observed attacks significantly lower than in prior quarters3 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 4. Top Ports Targeted by Observed Attacks • Percentage of globally observed attacks targeting Port 23 grew significantly quarter-over-quarter, especially in Egypt • Percentage of mobile observed attacks targeting Ports 22 & 23 declined quarter-over-quarter • Data from third-party ‘honeypot’ system - strong overlap with Akamai in targeted ports, though percentages differed4 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 5. Client-Side SSL Cipher Observations • What is an “SSL Cipher”? • Q3 trends in line with those observed in Q2 • Use of EXP-DES-CBC-SHA-40 has almost completely stopped over the last year • Use of AES256-SHA-1 has grown the most over the past year5 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 6. IPv4 Addresses Seen By Akamai • Over 615 million IPv4 addresses from 239 countries/regions connected to Akamai in Q3 2011. • The rate of yearly change may be slowing across the top countries – YoY growth rates have been declining throughout 2011. • Over the long-term, we expect measurements to show movement of unique addresses from IPv4-based to IPv6-based.6 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 7. IPv6 AS Adoption (as seen by Hurricane Electric) • Rate of growth from Q3 2010-2011 much greater than from Q3 2009-2010 • Growth rate in Q3 2011 lower than in Q3 2010 or 2009 • Rate of growth from Q3 2010- 2011 much greater than from Q3 2009-2010 • Growth rate in Q3 2011 flat, though it grew by 9% in Q3 2010, and 4% in Q3 20097 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 8. Global Average Connection Speeds • Solid QoQ & strong YoY growth seen in global average speed • Globally, among qualifying countries/regions: • greatest growth seen in New Caledonia (+151%) • greatest loss seen in Libya (-82%) • 29 had average connection speeds of 1 Mbps or less8 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 9. Regional Average Connection Speed Comparison • Greatest range in average speeds seen across APAC countries • Average speeds above 10 Mbps seen only in APAC, not US or EU • YoY changes > 10% seen in most EU & APAC countries and top U.S. states9 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 10. Global Average Peak Connection Speeds • Nominal quarterly and strong yearly growth seen in global average peak connection speed (3rd consecutive Q >10 Mbps) • Average peak speeds >10 Mbps again seen in 69 countries • Globally, among qualifying countries/regions: • South Korea & Hong Kong were the only two > 40 Mbps • Guinea-Bissau’s 1.7 Mbps was the lowest10 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 11. Regional Avg Peak Connection Speed Comparison • QoQ growth above 10% seen in U.S. states and surveyed APAC countries, but not in surveyed European countries • 30 Mbps remains a key threshold – few countries/states above it, otherwise most countries are well below it • Clustering in the 20-30 Mbps range most significant in US & Europe11 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 12. Global High Broadband Adoption • Nearly 30% of all connections to Akamai in Q3 2011 were at speeds above 5 Mbps – nominal quarterly & solid yearly growth • China jumped to 1.0% adoption (+78% QoQ), India jumped to 0.6% adoption (+46% QoQ) • Of the 62 countries/regions that qualified for inclusion, 26 saw adoption rates more than double YoY12 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 13. Regional High Broadband Adoption Comparison • Very wide range of adoption rates seen in both Europe & APAC • High broadband adoption >70% only seen in South Korea and a few U.S. states – large gap below that threshold • YoY growth of 100% or more seen in several European & APAC countries, but not in U.S. states13 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 14. Global Broadband Adoption • Approximately two-thirds of all connections to Akamai in Q3 2011 were at speeds above 2 Mbps - nominal quarterly & yearly growth • European countries continue to dominate the Top 10 • Globally, among qualifying countries/regions: • Venezuela had the lowest level of broadband adoption (2.0%) • 18 countries had broadband adoption of 90% or more14 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 15. Regional Broadband Adoption Comparison • Fewer Asia Pacific countries with broadband adoption > 90% as compared to U.S. states or European countries • Minimal QoQ change across top U.S. states & European countries • Among qualifying countries, the Philippines was the only one with broadband adoption below 10%15 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 16. Global Voice & Data Traffic In Cellular Networks16 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 17. Traffic Usage & Mix Connected To Data Plans17 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 18. www.akamai.com/stateoftheinternet Map-based Data Visualization Graph-based Data Visualization18 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 19. Akamai Global Network View iPad Application • Mobile version of the “spinning globe” featured in the NOCC • Provides insight into traffic on the Akamai platform, server deployment, client footprint, observed attacks • Zoomable interface down to city-level granularity19 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai
  • 20. For More Information… • www.akamai.com/stateoftheinternet • stateoftheinternet@akamai.com • twitter.com/akamai_soti • www.facebook.com/AkamaiSotI • Ericsson Traffic & Market Data Report • http://www.ericsson.com/news/1561267 • http://hugin.info/1061/R/1561267/483187.pdf20 FASTER FORWARD © 2012 Akamai

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