Facilities

Private & public internet points of peering per 1,000 km^2

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

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World

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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.