Latin America and Caribbean


Information 
 
Population (Year)
    508,324,290 (2000)         592,556,972 (2010)     597,283,165 (2011)


Internet Population (Year)

    18,068,919 (2000)    204,689,836 (2010)    235,819,740 (2011)

 

Broadband Population (Year)

     38,541,700 (2010)


IP Address Allocation (Year):

    Number of IPv4 addresses: 123,864,832 (2012)

    Number of IPv6/48s: 4,636,086,673 (2012)

 

 

 

 

Bibliography

 

[Baeza-Yates 1993] Ricardo Baeza-Yates, José M. Piquer, Patricio V. Poblete. “The Chilean Internet Connection or I Never Promised You a Rose Garden,” Proc. 1993 INET, San Francisco, Aug. 1993. http://www.nic.cl/inet93/paper.html

[Hahn 1995] Saul Hahn, “Networking in Latin America and the Caribbean and the OAS/RedHUCyT project,Proc.1995 INETHonolulu, June 1995. http://www.isoc.org/inet95/proceedings/PAPER/168/txt/paper.txt

[Internet 2012] Internet Communications Costa Rica, Merit's Network Information Center - information about the Internet and NSFNEThttp://www.intercom.co.cr/internet/research/1995/0501.htm

[Organization 2012] Organization of American States (OAS), Hemisphere-wide Inter-university Scientific and Technological Information Network – RedHUCyT,http://www.redhucyt.oas.org/

[Quarterman 1991] John Quarterman. “Networks in Argentina,” Matrix Newsvol.1, no.8, Dec. 1991, http://www.internet-argentina.net/library/doc/nets-arg-jsq-1921.pdf

[RedCLARA 2012] RedCLARA, http://www.redclara.net/index.php?lang=en

[Stanton 1993] Michael Stanton, “Non-Commercial Networking in Brazil,” Proc. 1993 INET, San Francisco, Aug. 1993.

[Stover 2010] Cathrin Stöver and Michael Stanton. Regional Perspectives (section 8.5 Latin America). in A History of International Research Networking, Howard Davies, Beatrice Bressan (Editors), Weinheim: Wiley-VCH, 2010, p. 204-214.


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