While it concedes some variation in "certain states and regions," it said the major takeaway is that broadband networks are more than capable of handling the pandemic-spurred traffic load, which it said is thanks to all that billions of dollars of infrastructure and technology investment.
Downstream traffic growth has declined by 2.2% since the week of March 28-April 4, while upstream traffic since April 4 has been up less than 1% week-to-week.
Since March 1, national upstream peak traffic is up 35%, while downstream peak traffic is up 17.8%.
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