Nigeria, other African countries near Pbps era as bandwidth capacity rise to 44% – InfoGuide Nigeria

The period of growth, between 2018 and 2022, has been characterized as having a strong growth rate, with Asia growing at a compound annual rate of 35% over that time, right next to Africa.Information Guide Nigeria
In 2022, the worldwide Internet bandwidth increased by 28%, reaching 997 Tbps with a four-year CAGR of 29%, according to the report.JAMB Result
The Petabyte per second (Pbps) era will soon begin, according to TeleGeography. It emphasized the fact that, despite this slower rate of expansion, worldwide Internet capacity has nevertheless roughly tripled since 2018.
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TeleGeography Senior Research Manager Paul Brodsky, said, “after a tumultuous 2020 – with pandemic-induced volume surges and shifts in Internet traffic patterns -network operators are back to adding bandwidth and engineering their traffic in a more measured manner. Based on hard survey data gathered from dozens of regional and global network operators around the world, it’s clear that the COVID-related expansion of Internet traffic and bandwidth was a one-off phenomenon.”
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