Don't have a login yet?
Sign up now
10 January 2013
Brought to you in collaboration with TeleGeography.
Growth in global demand for international bandwidth declined in 2011 for a third straight year. Although the pace of growth has slowed, demand still increased at a robust rate of 45%. TeleGeography reports that carriers had a total of 67Tbps of capacity on their international IP, private and voice networks in 2011 - six times the 11.1Tbps in service in 2007. Bandwidth demand growth varies...
Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) is upgrading and expanding its subsea cable network in the Bahamas, in partnership with Huawei Marine Optix.
BT, Vodafone and five other telecoms companies are under legal investigation for allegedly breaching the Human Rights Act, according to local reports.
Telecom New Zealand, Vodafone and Telstra have issued an official tender for the construction of the Tasman Global Access (TGA) cable.
Global Caribbean Fiber is to upgrade its Antilles Crossing submarine network, linking St Croix, St Lucia and Barbados with 40Gbps coherent technology.
A major subsea cable project sunk without a trace in 2012, raising the question: is there about to be a subsea construction lull? Guy Matthews investigates.
Two fibre providers have told Capacity they are targeting enhancements to their respective networks after dipping into the UK to Ireland subsea market.
Which major European operator is likely to lead investments for securing emerging market presence in 2013?
+44 (0) 20 7779 7227
+44 (0) 20 7779 7228