Norway has more bandwidth than all of Africa & other broadband gaps
Broadband use in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America are growing incredibly quickly, however developed nations are however the heaviest broadband users. This technology out from Telegeography today shouldn’t come as any big surprise yet the fact that Norway has access to more bandwidth than the entire African continent sure does.
International bandwidth usage grew 45 percent in 2011. And demand is after all strong with aggregate capacity requirements more than doubling every two years. In developing countries, broadband subscriber growth is driving the need for more capacity, during in places just as North America and Latin America desire faster web speeds and more bandwidth applications — from streaming video to cloud computing.
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Norway Has More Internet Than Africa
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