2.0 yesterday came into force across England фильмы онлайн with non-essential businesses told to shut their doors for four weeks and it triggered a surge in internet usage as people stayed at home.

Figures from internet provider TalkTalk reveals yesterday there was a peak in data consumption of 6.46 Terabytes per second, at 9:10pm.

One terabyte is equivalent to 1,000GB and last night’s record is the same as 540 hours of HD video being streamed every second.  

This is the biggest daily figure since August 23 when the final between Bayern Munich and PSG was played. 

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Data from internet provider TalkTalk reveals yesterday saw a peak in consumption of 6.46 Terabytes per second, at 9:10pm. One terabyte is equivalent to 1,000GB and last night's record is the same as 540 hours of HD video being streamed every second

Data from internet provider TalkTalk reveals yesterday saw a peak in consumption of 6.46 Terabytes per second, at 9:10pm.One terabyte is equivalent to 1,000GB and last night’s record is the same as 540 hours of HD video being streamed every second

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