I think understanding the ratio of volume to activity would be useful as if 
it's a few 4K movie downloads or Xbox games that drive that utilisation the the 
ICR storage demand is low.

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> On 1 Dec 2016, at 22:39, Paul Mansfield <paul+uk...@mansfield.co.uk> wrote:
>> On 1 December 2016 at 21:09, Leo Vegoda <leo.veg...@icann.org> wrote:
>> Paul Mansfield wrote:
>>>> On 30 November 2016 at 16:48, Pete Stevens <p...@ex-parrot.com> wrote:
>>>> (i) That's going to be a lot of data. Invest in disks.
>>> some years ago on another mailing list we speculated how many disks
>>> you'd need, and I hacked up a spreadsheet.
>> It's not clear to me if you attempted to factor in any duplication for RAID.
> nope, it was all rough back of the envelope stuff really, just to try
> and get a handle on the volumes of data and thus the physical demands
> of gathering it and storing it. You'd really need a robotic
> disk/cartridge loader.
>> Also, isn't 100GB/month per household fairly low if media streaming is as
>> popular as is often suggested?
> I think as an average it still isn't a *bad* figure - the numbers were
> from a few years ago. I know my family of four routinely hit 250GB a
> month, but we do watch a lot of netflix.
> /me checks and goes boggled eyed at seeing we hit 500GB in November...
> ponders who's been using all the bandwidth!

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