Saturday, April 20, 2013

[TeleGeography]: Demand for Int'l Bandwidth Grew by 39% in 2012

TeleGeography reveals that "demand for international bandwidth grew 39% in 2012, and at a compounded annual rate of 53% between 2007 and 2012. International bandwidth demand growth has been robust on all five of the world’s major submarine cable routes, but has been particularly rapid on key routes to emerging markets in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America ..  Telcos have kept up with increasing bandwidth demand by building new cables and upgrading existing systems, deploying a total of 54Tbps of new capacity between 2007 and 2012".

Source: TeleGeography

See "International bandwidth demand is decentralising" - here.

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