TeleGeography, a telecommunications market research and consulting firm, has introduced its 2012 Global Internet Map which draws upon their annual Global Internet Geography research to provide a unique view of the world’s Internet backbone architecture.
The map depicts international and domestic U.S. Internet routes scaled according to bandwidth, and ranks the world’s top 50 cities by bandwidth. The look of the 2012 map has been updated and includes one unified projection showing the internet connections that link countries around the world. Accompanying infographics provide valuable insight into global Internet metrics.
The main projection shows countries that are colored according to broadband penetration. It also includes international internet routes, domestic US internet routes and the top 50 cities scaled according to bandwidth.
Regional charts present bandwidth and traffic data for Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and Latin America. The data includes the total bandwidth, Average traffic utilization and peak traffic utilization, and Interregional bandwidth as percentage of total bandwidth.
Infographics provide valuable insight into global Internet metrics including international Internet bandwidth, Internet traffic growth, IP transit pricing trends, and broadband subscriber growth.
With its simple yet bold style and thorough research, it provides an easily digestible look at the internet connections that link the countries of the world. Visit http://www.telegeography.com for more information or to order a copy, flat or folded maps are $250 each.