Networks (AS)

Autonomous Systems repartition around the world per M inhabitant

Slovenia 145
New Zealand 141
Latvia 127
Hong Kong, SAR China 125
Switzerland 116
Australia 112
Singapore 107
Bulgaria 104
Luxembourg 103
Estonia 97
Cyprus 91
United States of America 85
Sweden 80
Netherlands 78
Iceland 75
Austria 74
Norway 69
Czech Republic 67
Denmark 67
Poland 65
Canada 60
Romania 57
Finland 57
Ireland 52
Lithuania 50
Ukraine 48
Russian Federation 43
Lebanon 42
Israel 42
United Kingdom 41
Moldova 41
Malta 40
Panama 36
Slovakia 35
Curaçao 32
Croatia 31
Brazil 30
Belgium 30
Germany 30
Armenia 28
Hungary 27
Serbia 26
Macedonia, Republic of 26
Belize 26
Mauritius 25
Kuwait 24
Bahrain 24
Liechtenstein 24
Argentina 22
Albania 21
Spain 21
France 21
Korea (South) 21
Georgia 21
Gibraltar 21
Montenegro 21
Seychelles 21
Puerto Rico 19
Costa Rica 19
Bermuda 19
United Arab Emirates 18
Chile 17
Greece 17
Italy 17
Bhutan 16
Taiwan, Republic of China 15
Mongolia 15
British Virgin Islands 15
Qatar 15
Brunei Darussalam 14
New Caledonia 14
Cayman Islands 14
Palestinian Territory 13
Belarus 13
Maldives 13
Isle of Man 13
Fiji 13
Vanuatu 13
Macao, SAR China 12
Botswana 11
Trinidad and Tobago 11
Portugal 10
South Africa 10
Honduras 10
Barbados 10
Guam 10
Uruguay 9
Gabon 9
Bosnia and Herzegovina 9
Virgin Islands, US 9
Kazakhstan 8
Malaysia 8
Paraguay 8
Japan 8
Kyrgyzstan 8
Iran, Islamic Republic of 8
Thailand 8
Turkey 8
Samoa 8
Bahamas 8
San Marino 8
Ecuador 7
Namibia 7
Jersey 7
Faroe Islands 7
Timor-Leste 6
Equatorial Guinea 6
Swaziland 6
Cambodia 6
Saudi Arabia 6
Azerbaijan 6
El Salvador 6
French Guiana 6
Solomon Islands 6
Antigua and Barbuda 6
Indonesia 5
Jordan 5
Gambia 5
Lesotho 5
Saint-Barthélemy 5
Bonaire 5
Guyana 5
Grenada 5
French Polynesia 5
Saint-Martin (French part) 5
Suriname 5
Saint Lucia 5
Congo (Brazzaville) 4
Oman 4
Nicaragua 4
Jamaica 4
Bangladesh 4
Dominican Republic 4
Bolivia 4
Philippines 4
Angola 4
Iraq 4
Viet Nam 4
Lao PDR 4
Colombia 4
Réunion 4
Guadeloupe 4
Micronesia, Federated States of 4
Sint Maarten 4
Dominica 4
Tonga 4
Mexico 3
Venezuela 3
Guatemala 3
Papua New Guinea 3
Liberia 3
Nepal 3
Sierra Leone 3
Palau 3
Nauru 3
Cape Verde 3
Kiribati 3
Saint Kitts and Nevis 3
Djibouti 3
Holy See (Vatican City State) 3
Anguilla 3
American Samoa 3
Aruba 3
Ghana 2
Kenya 2
Tunisia 2
Afghanistan 2
Guernsey 2
Greenland 2
Norfolk Island 2
Comoros 2
Sao Tome and Principe 2
Mayotte 2
Turks and Caicos Islands 2
ALA Aland Islands 2
Zimbabwe 1
India 1
Tajikistan 1
Uzbekistan 1
Tanzania, United Republic of 1
Peru 1
Rwanda 1
Libya 1
Somalia 1
Turkmenistan 1
Benin 1
Zambia 1
Myanmar 1
Uganda 1
Haiti 1
Guinea-Bissau 1
Mauritania 1
Mozambique 1
Nigeria 1
China 1
Burkina Faso 1
South Sudan 1
Sri Lanka 1
Guinea 1
Togo 1
Cameroon 1
Burundi 1
Wallis and Futuna Islands 1
Tokelau 1
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 1
Monaco 1
Marshall Islands 1
Martinique 1
Northern Mariana Islands 1
British Indian Ocean Territory 1
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) 1
Niue 1
Cook Islands 1
Tuvalu 1
Saint Vincent and Grenadines 1
Andorra 1
Malawi 0
Egypt 0
Pakistan 0
Chad 0
Senegal 0
Côte d'Ivoire 0
Mali 0
Central African Republic 0
Cuba 0
Algeria 0
Morocco 0
Niger 0
Congo, (Kinshasa) 0
Madagascar 0
Syrian Arab Republic 0
Sudan 0
Yemen 0
Eritrea 0
Korea (North) 0
Ethiopia 0
Europe 0
Montserrat 0
Kosovo 0
Christmas Island 0
US Minor Outlying Islands 0
Unknown 0
Asia/Pacific Region 0

Legend

World

This icon is used to represent country rankings based on a network connectivity indicator such as the number of networks, number of IP addresses, etc.

Countries

Countries are colored differently based on the current view.
In world rankings, countries are colored based on the selected variable.
In country view, other countries are colored if they are directly or indirectly linked to the focused country.
In network view, countries are colored if the current network has direct or indirect links to this country.

Network

Networks or Autonomous Systems (AS) are collections of Internet Protocol (IP) routed prefixes under the control of a single administrative entity. To put it more plainly, an AS is network that is directly connected to the internet and that owns specific IP address ranges. Both Internet Service Providers (ex: AT&T, Vodafone, Orange) and content providers (Google, Facebook, Amazon) own at least one AS.

Exchange

An Internet exchange point (IX or IXP) is a physical infrastructure through which Internet service providers (ISPs) and content delivery networks (CDNs) exchange Internet traffic between their networks (autonomous systems).
IX are displayed on the map only by the facilities at which they are present.

Facilities

Facilities are physical points of peering, where networks interconnect either via internet exchanges or private peering agreements.
They are represented on the map as red dots.

Cables

Submarine cables which are used to connect countries or different parts of a country together. Usually owned by internet service providers, they form the backbone of the internet.

Landings

Landings are where submarine cables surface and give connectivity to a country.
They are represented on the map as orange dots.