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Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
Akamai State of internte S2 2011
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Akamai State of internte S2 2011

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  • 1. Q2 2011 State of the Internet WebinarNovember 15, 2011 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) g ( ) • Internet Disruptions & Outages • Q&A2 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 3. Sources of Observed Attack Traffic • Myanmar no longer top source, but still near top of the list • Nearly half of attacks targeting Port 80 (WWW) came from Myanmar • Observed attack traffic distribution: • 47% from APAC • 30% from Europe • 20% from Americas • 3% from Africa3 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 4. Top Ports Targeted by Observed Attacks • Port 80 (WWW) also a top target from Indonesia, Russia, the United States (as well as Myanmar) • Nearly 70% of attacks targeting Port 1433 (MS SQL Server) originated in China • Data from third-party ‘honeypot’ system largely aligned with observations from Akamai’s network Akamai s4 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 5. Client-Side SSL Cipher Observations • What is an “SSL Cipher ? SSL Cipher”? • Trends indicate that SSL is getting safer & more secure over time • Adoption of newer browsers • Government & Industry regulations5 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 6. IPv4 Addresses Seen By Akamai • Over 604 million IPv4 addresses from 238 countries/regions connected to Akamai in Q2 2011 • Top 10 countries account for just over 68% of global figure • Rate of YoY change in the United States has been slowing over the last several quarters – peaked at 18% in Q3 20106 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 7. World IPv6 Day – June 8, 2011 • What was “World IPv6 Day”? World Day ? • IPv6 traffic on Akamai peaked shortly after World IPv6 Day began • www.akamai.com/ipv6 • With limited IPv4 address space available, planning for IPv6 available adoption is critical.7 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 8. Global Average Connection Speeds • Strong QoQ & YoY growth seen in global average speed • Asia holds top three spots, while balance of Top 10 is European • Globally, 29 qualifying countries/regions had average connection speeds of 1 Mb or less d f Mbps l • Lebanon was slowest, at 379 kbps8 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 9. Regional Average Connection Speed Comparison • Greatest range in average speeds seen across APAC countries • Average speeds in top U.S. states compare favorably to top European countries p • General trend towards increased average speeds over time9 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 10. Global Average Peak Connection Speeds • Solid quarterly and strong yearly growth seen in global average peak connection speed (second consecutive quarter >10 Mbps) • Average peak speeds >10 Mbps seen in 69 countries • Among qualifying countries, Guinea Bissau s 1.5 Mbps was the countries Guinea-Bissau’s 1 5 slowest average peak connection speed10 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 11. Regional Avg Peak Connection Speed Comparison • Again, greatest range in speeds seen among APAC countries • Approximately half of surveyed APAC countries & European countries had peak speeds above 20 Mbps; so did 30 U.S. states • 30 Mbps appears to be a key threshold – few countries/states above it, otherwise they are well below it11 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 12. Global High Broadband Adoption • M More th than a quarter of all connections to Akamai in Q2 2011 were at t f ll ti t Ak ii t speeds above 5 Mbps • Of the 59 countries that qualified for inclusion: • Only India (0.4%) and China (0 6%) have adoption rates <1% (0 4%) (0.6%) • Adoption rates >25% in 29 countries12 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 13. Regional High Broadband Adoption Comparison • Wide range of adoption rates seen in both Europe & APAC • High broadband adoption >70% only seen in U.S. states • Multiple European countries & U.S. states in 30% range – in APAC, only Singapore13 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 14. Global Broadband Adoption • Nearly two thirds of all connections to Akamai in Q2 2011 were at two-thirds speeds above 2 Mbps • Tight clustering in the 90% range among the Top 10 countries • Among qualifying countries/regions, Venezuela had the lowest countries/regions level of broadband adoption (2.0%)14 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 15. Regional Broadband Adoption Comparison • Very strong broadband adoption across European countries – multiple countries >90%; only Hong Kong >90% in APAC • Delaware plateauing at ~98% broadband adoption 98% • Among qualifying countries, Philippines & India were the only two with broadband adoption rates below 10%15 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 16. Global Voice/Data Traffic In Cellular Networks • Volume of mobile data traffic doubled from Q2 2010 – Q2 2011 • Mobile data traffic volume is now over 2x mobile voice traffic16 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 17. Ratio of Active Smartphone Users • For new iPhone & Android smartphones. 50-75% of subscribers generate >1 MB of traffic per day, on average17 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 18. Smartphone Traffic Volumes for Active Users • Median weekly traffic volume for “active” (>1 MB) smartphone users ranges between 30-80 MB for most smartphone models18 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 19. Application Traffic Across Subscriber Clusters (new high-end Android model) • Heavy users spend two orders of magnitude more time watching online video w/ their smartphones than median users (~40 min/day for heaviest 5% vs. 0.5 min/day for median)19 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 20. Internet Disruptions & Outages • Syria saw an Internet disruption on June that lasted 24-36 hours • Connectivity in Syria relies primarily on one domestic provider • Akamai saw traffic into Syria drop significantly during this time20 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 21. http://www.akamai.com/stateoftheinternet21 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai
  • 22. Q&A • stateoftheinternet@akamai.com • twitter.com/akamai_soti • Ericsson Traffic & Market Data Report • http://www.ericsson.com/news/1561267 • http://hugin.info/1061/R/1561267/483187.pdf22 FASTER FORWARD © 2011 Akamai

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