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Emile Aben •
ams-ix maxed out at ~ 2.5 Tbit per second that day. Say over the course of the 2 hrs where we see reduced traffic, the difference between a normal day and that day was (by eyeball) roughly 200 Gbit per second. So to convert to a volume that is: 200 Gbps * 7200 s / 8 bits = 180 TBytes The above is an estimate, for the article I actually used the underlying raw data to calculate the 256 TBytes. If I missed something, let me know and I'll happily correct it.