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TeleGeography: Global Internet Bandwidth Continues Rise

TeleGeography has found that global internet bandwidth rose by 28% in 2022, now standing at 997 Tbps with a four-year CAGR of 29%. The firm forecasts that the Pbps era will soon be underway.

India Surges in International Bandwidth Demand

TeleGeography has revealed that India's used international bandwidth is expected to grow at a compounded annual rate of 38 percent between 2021 and 2028.

By Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX

Streaming videos, working from home, social media networks and business demands depend upon a reliable telecommunications infrastructure. Whenever that network fails a test, such as it did during Superstorm Sandy or the 9-11 attacks, there is a great deal of talk among public officials and executives about the need for building in resilience to the network of cables and wireless towers that support telecommunications traffic.

TeleGeography: $10B of New Cables Reaching RFS by 2024

TeleGeography, a global telecommunications market research and consulting firm, has published its brand new Submarine Cable Map and Africa Telecom Map for 2022, both sponsored by Telecom Egypt.

TeleGeography: Used International Bandwidth in LATAM to Soar

TeleGeography has predicted that used international bandwidth in Latin America will rise from around 150 Tbps in 2021 to almost 700 Tbps by 2026 at a CAGR of 36%.

AfCFTA Drives Optimism among Africa’s CEOs

Africa remains one of the most important markets for new submarine fiber optic cable systems.  At SubCableWorld, we have long noted that international trade is a major factor in deciding where new cables need to be located.  With this in mind, the following story should be of interest to the industry.

Singapore: Will Pay More for Better Gaming Experience

New survey finds that Singaporean gamers are willing to try a new service provider that can offer more reliable and consistent connectivity

Global Internet Bandwidth Rose by 29% in 2021

TeleGeography has revealed that global internet bandwidth rose by 29% in 2021, a return to "normal" over the previous year's COVID-driven surge of 34%.

Will Ocean Data Centers Be a New Subsea Cable Market?

Big Data Exchange (BDx), a Pan Asian data center cluster, National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Engineering(NUS Engineering), and Sembcorp Marine have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore the feasibility of developing groundbreaking sustainable ocean data centers.

New Web Exclusive profiles exclusive insights from RI’s leadership

Offshore Source (OS), a Technology Systems Corporation (TSC) digital publication and sister publication to SubCableWorld, today released details of its latest Web Exclusive, Rhode Island: A Blueprint for the Blue Economy. The online interactive feature explores the U.S. Blue Economy through the lens of a single American state, Rhode Island, and profiles the insights and opinions of leaders from the “Ocean State” about sustainable marine development.

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