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LIT Fibre Africa Telecom Transmission Network Map

2022/23 Africa Telecom Transmission Map Published

Africa’s total inbound international Internet bandwidth reached 26.9 Tbps by December 2021, according to the 2022/23 Africa Telecom Transmission Map published by Hamilton Research. This international bandwidth compares to 20.4 Tbps in 2020, and 8.2 Tbps in 2017. The inventory of operational terrestrial fibre optic network reached 1,184,028-km by June 2022, compared to 820,397-km in 2017. And 57.1% of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa (669 million) lived within reach of an operational fibre optic network node, compared to 55.2% (522 million) in 2017 Read More →

The LIT Fibre Africa Telecom Transmission Network Map shows the growth of Liquid Intelligent Technologies (LIT) regional fibre optic network from 5,000-km in 2009 to 103,000-km in 2022. This is compared against the operational (“lit”) fibre optic network that was in service across the region in each year from 2009 - 2022.

Africa’s International Bandwidth Reaches 15.289 Tbps

2020/21 Africa Telecom Transmission Map Published

Africa’s total inbound international Internet bandwidth reached 15.289 Tbps by December 2019, according to the twelfth annual edition of the Africa Telecom Transmission Map published by Hamilton Research. This compared to 10.996 Tbps in 2018, and 4.524 Tbps in 2015. The inventory of operational terrestrial fibre optic network reached 1,072,649-km by June 2020, compared to 622,930-km in 2015. And 55.9% of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa (620 million) lived within reach of an operational fibre optic network node, compared to 45.8% (436 million) in 2015 Read More →

Africa’s Operational Fibre Optic Network Reaches 1 Million Route Kilometres

2019/20 Africa Telecom Transmission Map Published

Africa’s total inventory of operational fibre optic network reached the milestone of 1 million kilometres in the last year, according to the eleventh annual edition of the Africa Telecom Transmission Map published by Hamilton Research. The number of people living within reach of a fibre optic node in Sub-Saharan Africa increased to 584 million people (55.2%) and Africa’s international Internet bandwidth growth continues along an exponential curve, reaching 10.962 Tbps by December 2018 Read More →

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The Fibre Reach Map shows the expansion of operational fibre optic links and nodes since the first Africa Telecom Transmission Map was published in 2009. Click the layer button to load the map for previous years.

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