The digital world is much more complex than you think. And guess what? This claim will not assume status-quo. In the forthcoming days, months and year, we will witness a larger penetration in connectivity and digitization. Content will be getting richer not only in terms of quality but also in terms of quantity. These claims are backed by eye-opening stats from Intel Corporation underpinning happenings that take place in “one minute” over the internet. Here is how it goes:
What happens in an Internet Minute?
- 639,800 GB of global IP data is transferred
- 6 new Wikipedia articles are published
- 1300 new mobile users are subscribed
- 20 people become victims of identity
- 204 million emails are sent
- 47,000 apps are downloaded
- 100+ new LinkedIn accounts are created
- $83,000 of sales happen on Amazon
- 20 million photo views on Flickr, out of which 3,000 are new photos
- 320+ new Twitter accounts are created and 100,000 tweets occur
- 277,000 logins on Facebook and 6 million page views happen
- 2+ million searches on Google
- 1.3 million views on YouTube and 30 hours of new videos are uploaded
This doesn’t stop here! Predictions for the future are even more shocking. Intel Corporation suggests that by 2015, the number of connected devices will outnumber the total human population of the planet by two times.
Time just got faster!