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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
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...
An examination of global market price changes.
Australia’s Telstra has confirmed it is in talks to acquire subsea cable operator Pacnet, in a deal with an estimated price tag of US$1 billion.
Canada is the second-largest country in the world. It is made up of three territories and 10 provinces, each with its own separate capital city.
Tata Communications, Chinese vendor Huawei and submarine cable network provider Huawei Marine have today announced the successful completion of a 400G field trial on a 6,000km subsea network.
Alcatel-Lucent has upgraded the Apollo subsea cable system, which connects the UK and France to the US.
Are carriers threatened by the investment from tech companies in telecoms infrastructure? Kavit Majithia investigates.