Saturday, September 5, 2009

Prime time on internet is at 11pm

It’s 11pm. Do you know where your neighbors are? Chances are they’re online. According to a study taken by the researchers, North Americans have been staying up late to do their internet surfing this summer, so late that the peak usage for the whole day has been at 11pm. The study by internet security firm Arbor Networks found people using the internet at work and school produce a smaller traffic peak around 4pm Eastern time. Internet activity then declines as people head home. At 8pm Eastern, US and Canadian home traffic starts spiking, and stays surprisingly strong past midnight, Arbor found.

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