You might not be surprised to learn that we have a lot of maps here at TeleGeography.
Our 2017 Global Internet Map has arrived, turning our internet data into a Tron-inspired visualization of internet bandwidth and connectivity around the globe. Grab your glow sticks—we're going in.
Earlier this year we fielded some of the most frequently asked questions about submarine cables. How do they work? How thick are they? How many kilometers of cable are there?
Today, we're going back under the sea to talk about what happens when bad things happen to good submarine cables.
Fact: Before 2009, only 16 African countries were connected to a submarine cable system. Since then, 26 cable systems have been deployed to connect the region.
TeleGeography is pleased to announce that our annual map sale has begun.
Save up to 50% on select telecommunications maps, while supplies last. TeleGeography’s large and colorful maps are printed on Yupo, a high-quality synthetic material, and make for an eye-catching and informative addition to any workspace or office.
As kids, many of us attached a pair of tin cans to the ends of a long string to create a primitive telephone. Somewhat ironically, modern global telecommunications still functions in a somewhat similar manner.
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.
TeleGeography’s Submarine Cable Map has been updated for 2016. The latest edition, sponsored by PCCW Global, depicts 321 cable systems that are currently active, under construction, or expected to be fully-funded by the end of 2016. Our new design features several inset maps and infographics that are as data-rich as they are beautiful. Take a moment to explore the new map in greater detail now.