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Introducing the 2016 Middle East Telecommunications Map

Network Map

By Thomas SimpsonMar 10, 2016

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We're pleased to introduce the 2016 edition of our Middle East Telecommunications Map, sponsored by Telecom Egypt. The map focuses on 17 countries in the Middle East and depicts all submarine cables that are currently active in the region, as well as cables that in advanced stages of planning. The latest data are presented on the map and inset infographics with an eye-catching new design. Take your first look at the new map now. 

We're pleased to offer free shipping during the month of March when you use the code "CARTOGRAPHY." 

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Middle East Cable Map

This map depicts routes of 49 active and 5 planned undersea cables. It also depicts national capitals, major cities, country dialing codes, and cable landing stations.

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Internet and Voice Routes

Inset maps provide bandwidth and traffic data for the 25 largest intraregional and interregional Internet and voice routes.

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Middle East Telecom Data

The map presents telecom metrics for 17 countries, including:

  • Country statistics: population, households, domain, GDP per capita decile
  • Telecom service penetration: wireless subscriber penetration, and broadband and fixed-line household penetration compared to average regional penetration
  • Bandwidth: used international bandwidth and annual growth rate, 2008-2018

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The 2016 Middle East Telecommunications Map makes for a visually striking and informative addition to any office or work space. We would like to thank our generous sponsor Telecom Egypt for making this map possible.

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To get your own copy, click here