IT News from South Africa

July 9, 2014

We recently had a look at stats complied by and got an insight into the state of broadband in South Africa. Looking at various factors and aspects of the market we gain an insight into not only the South African broadband market but also how it shapes up against the rest of the world. […]


Current State of Indian Telecom Industry

June 1, 2014

Indian Telecom Industry is now one of the fastest growing industries in the world. This rapid growth has been possible due to various proactive and positive decisions of the Government and contribution of both by the public and the private sector. The rapid strides in the telecom sector have been facilitated by liberal policies of […]


How Optical Fibre Works

May 31, 2014

An infographic explaining how fibre optic cable works. Source


4G Comparison | 2011 Review

April 29, 2014

As of 2011, every major carrier sells service marketed as 4G mobile broadband. However, with a minimum of 3 underlying technologies all being called 4G in the United States, it’s no surprise to find that each technology, let alone their providers, are not created equal. Use this comparison to see the differences between the major […]


PacketLogic Report Studio: Information is Cheap, Lack of Knowledge is Expensive

March 29, 2014

I was reading an interview with George Dyson, and during the interview, he made a comment that really caught my attention. He was speaking of the volumes of data that many people have to deal with, and his comment was “Information is cheap, meaning is expensive”. The comment resonated for me, as it encapsulated the […]


Is the Internet Hurting Our Environment?

March 1, 2014

To what extent does the Internet’s energy consumption and CO2 emissions affect our world, and do the benefits outweight the costs? Find out in this infographic. Source


Broadband Internet Speeds – Fun Facts & Figures

February 21, 2014

So, with lot of questions being asked about internet connection speeds and how fast mobile broadband connections can be, we thought we’ll create a visualization chart with all the information available to us, so that we have a quick reference guide on Internet Broadband Speeds. We’ve included everything from countries with fastest to slowest internet […]


Spectrum of Issues

February 11, 2014

Ever wonder who has the rights to use which radio frequencies? Increased demand for wireless bandwidth has forced regulators to get creative. This visualization depicts the allocation of the radio spectrum all the way from 20 kHz to 150 GHz, as well as recent billions spent at auctions by U.S. telecom companies to build our […]

Know Your Digital Media Consumer

Know Your Digital Media Consumer

September 20, 2013

With businesses rushing to extend their digital distribution of media to connected consumer devices, and Cable television threatened by the onslaught of “OTT” (Over the Top) services, it is more important than ever to truly understand the “Digital Media Consumer”. Who are they? What are their likely behaviors? What tasks will they need to accomplish, […]

South Korea: Leaders of the New Virtual

South Korea: Leaders of the New Virtual

April 15, 2013

Over the past two decades, the South Korean government has strongly promoted the establishment of a nationwide Internet network. As a result, by 1999 some 22.4% of South Koreans used the Internet and by 2005, Internet use had more than tripled to 71.9% (National Internet Development Agency of Korea, 2006). As a result, South Korea […]

Ready for LTE?

Ready for LTE?

April 4, 2013

This infographic explains what LTE is and how it’s going to help wireless technology meet the demand for the growing data exchange. LTE is 4g Broadband technology which helps to improve internet access and data exchanging.

Canadian Broadband Customers Spend

Canadian Broadband Customers Spend

December 12, 2012

This infographic provides information for the amount of data and connection Canadian broadband users use.