WHOLESALE INTERNET TRAFFIC
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Declining wholesale prices stabilized in 2015 and have managed to inch up since. This, combined with recent dips in wholesale volumes, has resulted in uneven wholesale revenues in recent years. Revenues were actually up last year to $16 billion.
Wholesale operators make the bulk of their revenues in only a handful of regional markets. Sub-Saharan Africa, for example, received 6% of the world's wholesale traffic, but accounted for 23% of wholesale revenues.
Wholesale operators make the bulk of their revenues in only a handful of regional markets. Sub-Saharan Africa, for example, received 6% of the world's wholesale traffic, but accounted for 23% of wholesale revenues ($3.7 billion.) Countries in the Middle East accounted for 6% of world wholesale traffic, but 11% of wholesale revenues ($1.8 billion).
Wholesale revenues are bolstered by a select set of low-traffic routes with stubbornly high prices. For example, the France to Tunisia accounts for just 0.3% of international traffic, but, at $0.54 per minute, it provides 3% of all revenues. Thanks to low termination prices in Mexico, the U.S.-Mexico route serves as a converse example: that massive route represents 9% of all international traffic in the world, but only 0.5% of wholesale carrier revenues.
Patrick Christian is a Senior Research Manager with TeleGeography. He heads the Cloud and WAN Infrastructure research service. He also focuses on African and European markets specializing in international bandwidth markets and internet infrastructure, WAN services, terrestrial and submarine cable systems, and international voice traffic analysis.
Internet traffic has grown considerably in recent years. In response to the impact of this growth on their networks, some Internet service providers have implemented technical and/or economic Internet traffic management practices (ITMPs).
Technical practices include measures to slow a user's traffic, to prioritize traffic, or to detect heavy users in order to limit their bandwidth. Economic practices involve charging more for users whose Internet use exceeds a predefined limit.
The CRTC has established a framework to evaluate whether existing and future traffic management practices applied to both retail and wholesale Internet services comply with the Telecommunications Act.
If your service provider doesn't address your complaint to your satisfaction, and you believe that your service provider's traffic management practices are not compliant with the CRTC's policies, you can submit a complaint to the CRTC. Before doing this, make sure that you know your rights and information you should include in your ITMP complaint to the CRTC.
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The price of wholesale Internet access is dropping rapidly in the U.S. and what is surprising is that it is plunging even faster than wholesale Internet access prices in countries where the technology is priced way higher, according to a report released Tuesday.
Even as Internet access prices plunge and traffic explodes globally, TeleGeography has found that capacity is more than keeping up with demand with the result that the market research firm sees no Internet traffic jams on the immediate horizon.
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Much of the infrastructure underlying the internet in Canada was built at taxpayer expense. Because of that, corporations such as Bell that own the lines are required to sell wholesale network access to other internet service providers at regulated rates.
Bell also sells wholesale high-speed access (HSA) to its network starting at an unregulated rate of $40 per month per customer for a six-megabit-per-second connection. That requires the ISP to install additional equipment, and reduces the amount of network shared with Bell.
The CRTC received a complaint from Bell's wholesale customers in 2008 that Bell was throttling those ISPs' retail customers. In November, the commission ruled such throttling was allowable in Bell's specific case, as the practice was applied equally to Bell's retail and wholesale customers. However, it decided to launch a probe into internet traffic management in general, culminating in the hearings that ended Tuesday.
One of the issues that had come up repeatedly during the hearings is whether companies such as Bell should be allowed to throttle the customers of other ISPs that buy wholesale network access from the larger ISPs.
Representatives of those smaller ISPs, such as Execulink, had argued that they should be able to manage their own customers' traffic and deal with their own problem customers directly in order to distinguish themselves and allow for true competition.
Bell's testimony contrasted with that of MTS Allstream, which sells wholesale internet service similar to Bell's in Manitoba. The company told the CRTC last week that it was able to distinguish between its wholesale and retail customers in Manitoba.
Daniels said Bell sells network access to more than 100 ISPs, who in turn produce 31 per cent of the traffic from their customers and Bell's retail customers combined. He added that the \"bandwidth\" fee is not in fact for bandwidth, but a tiny surcharge for the capacity of their access port.
In addition, ISPs that don't want to be subject to throttling also have another option, Daniels said. They could buy Bell's high-speed access (HSA) wholesale service, which uses the same shared network and costs roughly twice as much, but is not subject to Bell's traffic shaping. For example, Primus has purchased that service in some parts of Ontario.
Earlier in the hearing Primus said it had introduced its own traffic shaping in those areas, which prioritizes certain applications during periods of congestion at specific areas of the network where congestion is happening.
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