In ten years, Google, Meta, and SpaceX have got their hands on this important infrastructure for telecommunications.
A decade would be enough to disrupt the global hierarchy in international telecommunications infrastructure. These links ensure communication between Europe, the United States and Asia. Listen to a streaming series or music. Historically owned by telecommunications operators, these infrastructures are now in the hands of US groups, mainly Google, Meta (Facebook) and, to a lesser extent, Microsoft. These connections account for approximately 95% of international Internet traffic, and the rest are provided by satellite connections.
“In the early 2010s there was a desire for telecom operators to charge Kafa for the use of their networks.“Alexandre Pepero, CEO of Dofan, summarizes, an expert in international communications