I didn't interpret it that way. But I guess you could if that's the point you're looking to make.
Or you could just take the fact directly from the article without any need for interpretation.
I'd hardly call the opinion of a corporate spinster who starts every conversation with "Around 5% ..." as fact. Not even taking into account it is in their best interest to spread the idea that upgrading capacity won't solve any problems. That costs them money.
That's the first article I've ever seen that even remotely mentions that upgrading capacity won't solve congestion. And considering who is being interviewed in that article, I'm not surprised. -- Linux Haters Unite!