Remember that Sandvine report published five months ago that called Netflix the “king” of North American fixed download Internet data? That survey estimated the online video company’s share at 29.7 percent of all peak download time, a 44 percent boost in Netflix’s share of traffic deployment from 2010.
Well, Sandvine has issued another estimate. Netflix now accounts for 32.7 percent of all North American peak fixed access downstream content. That's a relative increase of almost ten percent since the spring, and way beyond the other three top Internet protocols or services by daily volume—approaching double HTTP (17.48 percent), just shy of three times YouTube (11.32), and nearly four times BitTorrent.