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It came to 97gb per second.any sources to prove this ?
Figures indicates 18 months back... that should be tripled now for sure ?
youtube's cost of operation is enormous. It's been reported that Google will lose $470 Million running youtube this yeardefinetly makes sense.
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I'm only guessing.
77gb per second. It had gone up to 97gb per second a year and a half ago, so I imagine it's somewhere in the 150gb per second area now. Another article suggests YT usage is 10% of internet traffic.
[edited by: goodroi at 2:56 pm (utc) on Oct. 12, 2009]
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- If the better you do, the more money you lose, there's something wrong.
- If every time you make a competitor bit the dust, you feed your negative cash-flow, why anyone want to be the number one?
I just think only big companies can do big mistakes like this. If it does not touch your core business, you can survive; Lehman Brothers, in example, made stupid decissions regarding its core business and you now how it ended.