Global internet capacity grows 35% to over 600 Tbps in 2020 - study

Wednesday 17 February 2021 | 12:25 CET | News
Global internet capacity increased by 35 percent from around 450 Tbps to over 600 Tbps in 2020, according to the '2021 Global Internet Map' report from TeleGeography. 

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