The Dutch internet exchange NL-ix
has set a personal record: on 15 October, data traffic on the network reached a peak of no less than 1.47 terabits per second.
That compares to three weeks' worth of non-stop DVD viewing sent through in one second.
I'll get the popcorn. Will you take care of all the seasons of Friends, House of Cards, The Sopranos, Sons of Anarchy, The Wire, Sex and the City, The Simpsons, Game of Thrones and The Bold and The Beautiful?