Posts in Broadband Category
A new annual report highlights how undersea fibre optic communication cables (including those reaching African shoes) are important to the global economy.
A gallery of terrestrial fibre optic cables that are mapped as part of the African Terrestrial Fibre Optic Cable Mapping Project (AfTerFibre).
Using the common “ping” test between pairs of hosts, researchers at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center regularly measure how well data is flowing across global networks.
African network latency has been decreasing as redundancy has been improving. The result is more robust fibre networks.
3G service has been promised to Algerians since 2011. The launch date continues to be postponed but there is new hope.
Libyan tweets consistently show an unfavorable opinion of Libyan Internet services.