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Réunion

Africa, Eastern Africa

Open Internet Environment

The open Internet allows people and organizations to mix and match technologies without permission and with minimal barriers. Sustaining and growing an open Internet helps to spur innovation and keep it fit for future applications. An open Internet is an accessible Internet – it is easy to connect to the open Internet and use its services.
Transit Provider Diversity
More diversity in routes to the global Internet improves connection resilience
Fair
Retail ISP Diversity
Diversity of retail Internet providers improves resilience and user choice
Good
IXP Operator Market
A measure of the diversity and concentration of the local market for Internet Exchange Point operations
Popular Content Locality
A measure of how much locally popular web content is hosted in-country or in-region
49%
Regional Rank: 19
30%
Africa avg.

Globally Connected Infrastructure

The globally connected Internet is inclusive. It allows networks and users to interconnect without geographical restrictions. Increasing the connectivity of the Internet makes it more valuable to every participant, as a tool for communications, learning, commerce.
IPv6 Adoption
Enabling the Internet to support more users and more uses
18%
6%
Regional Rank: 7
Africa avg.
Internet Exchange Points
IXPs help strengthen local Internet connectivity, develop local Internet industry, improve competitiveness, and serve as a hub for technical activity
1
2
Regional Rank: 14
Africa avg.
Peering Networks
Peering networks help to keep Internet traffic local, provide faster connections, and improve the experience of the people relying on them
7
28
Regional Rank: 22
Africa avg.

Secure and Trustworthy Internet

A secure Internet is resistant to attacks on its infrastructure, delivering a robust service to its user community. A trustworthy Internet meets the expectations of its users by offering a resilient and reliable base for applications and services.
Naming Security Status
Adopting DNSSEC improves trustworthiness of Internet communications
.re
DNSSEC Status Icon
Active
Naming Security Coverage
Top 5
A measure of how much local web content supports DNSSEC for improved trustworthiness
23%
Regional Rank: 2
7%
Africa avg.
Naming Security Adoption
A measure of how much local Internet users are protected by DNSSEC
26%
Regional Rank: 47
56%
Africa avg.
Routing Security Adoption
A measure of how much local Internet providers are checking validity of connectivity information they receive from other networks
4%
Regional Rank: 31
18%
Africa avg.
Routing Security Coverage IPv4
One measure of how much local Internet network providers are securing their infrastructure
73%
Regional Rank: 14
38%
Africa avg.
Routing Security Coverage IPv6
One measure of how much local Internet network providers are securing their infrastructure
80%
Regional Rank: 21
55%
Africa avg.

The geographic boundaries and country names shown do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Internet Society concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area of its authorities. Regions and Sub-Regions are taken from the UN Standard Country or Area Codes for Statistical Use (Series M, No. 49).