The World Cup has seen monumental data infrastructure changes. Alongside substantial growth in broadcast coverage, rapid advances in mobile technology have given fans greater and greater data-sharing capabilities—a measure NetApp is dubbing “spectator bandwidth.”

With the 2014 World Cup starting today, NetApp has run the numbers on data created by spectators at World Cups – past, present and future. The infographic is their look back, and forward, at the increasingly complex data output of the most viewed sporting event in the world.




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