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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...
Egypt’s subsea cables have been in the news again, for all the wrong reasons. Is it time to switch vital east-to-west connectivity to land-based alternatives?
As the central role of subsea cable systems in the global economy grows, could more be done by governments and regulators to secure these vital arteries? Guy Matthews investigates.
A consortium of telcos have come together to build an undersea cable connecting south east Asia to the Middle East and western Europe.
RIPE NCC is one of the five regional internet registries in the world, and its job is to support the smooth flow of web traffic globally.
The market for subsea capacity is evolving. Guy Matthews considers some of the innovations that new cable projects are adopting in their business models to achieve the required backing.
There are only a few countries left which have yet to be connected to the global grid via subsea cable.
What will be the most important network technology breakthrough of 2014?
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