Wireless Industry News » JDSU: 4G users, iPhone 5 users are most data hungry
A new report from JDSU examines data use across more than 150 devices as well as generational technologies, and has found that “use of mobile data and consumer behavior is becoming more extreme.”
“For the past three years we’ve seen explosive growth in mobile data usage, causing operators to have to wrestle with the challenges their success is creating,” said Dr. Michael Flanagan, author of the study and CTO of mobility for JDSU’s network and service enablement business segment.
The study’s data came from JDSU’s Location Intelligence Business Unit, formerly Arieso. That research found that 4G users are 10 times more “data hungry” than 3G users, and just 0.1% of LTE users consumre more than half of all LTE downlink data measured. Read the full article