When ESPN switched to CSS they saved 2 terabytes of bandwidth a day.

September 25, 2007

ESPN.com, the online sister of the ESPN cable networks, serves up more than half a billion page views every month, so when the home page of the site dropped all layout tables in favor of structural markup and CSS-driven layout, the Web design community took notice.

Savings: 730 terabytes a year.

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