A Funny Thing Happened On Our Way to WAN Summit Singapore

And just like that, our first WAN Summit Singapore is in the books.

Webinar: Multi-Terabit Submarine Cables…Too Big to Fail?

Live Webinar 13 October, 2016 11:00 am SGT

Submarine networks became critical infrastructure long ago.

A subsea cable fault that interrupts 120 Gb/s traffic is a bad thing. But a fault that interrupts tens of terabits of traffic is quite another.

Building the Local Exchange of Content in Africa: Dispatches from AfPIF

For the Internet Society (ISOC), the goal is 80/20 by 2020 in Africa.

Tom Shepherd at Broadband World Forum

TeleGeography's Tom Shepherd is heading to the ExCel Center in London for the Broadband World Forum on October 18-20, 2016.

Meet up with Tom at the event to catch up on the latest from TeleGeography's GlobalComms team. 

Network Sourcing and Cost Considerations for WAN Designs

Senior Analyst Brianna Boudreau is heading to Orlando for the annual CAUCUS IT Procurement Summit October 12-14, 2016. She'll be delivering a presentation on Network Sourcing & Cost Considerations for WAN Designs on October 12. 

Brianna and moderator Robert Wright of Humana will discuss how corporate WAN managers decide which services meet their evolving network requirements while controlling costs.

Meet With TeleGeography's Russian Research Specialists

TeleGeography's Russian research specialists Jonathan Hjembo and Elliott Cheresh will be returning to Capacity Russia & CIS on October 18-19.

Meet with Jon and Elliott in Moscow to learn more about TeleGeography's data coverage of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. 

The Best Tweets from WAN Summit Singapore

This week was big. We put another WAN Summit in the books, taking the show to Singapore for the first time ever.

IP Transit vs. Peering: How a Network of Networks is Built

What does the Internet look like? Perhaps you’ve heard it described as a veritable network of networks.

While this is true, as TeleGeography’s Senior Analyst Paul Brodsky explains, no single network is big enough to connect every single person and every single computer. So the question remains: how are we really staying connected?

Iliad's Odyssey: Major Changes Coming to Italy's Wireless Sector

The market dynamic of Italy’s wireless sector is set for a major shake-up with the European Commission's (EC) recently-approved merger of the number three and four wireless players, Wind and 3 Italia.

Current and Potential Investment Opportunities in South America's Next Telecoms Hub

Join Anahí Rebatta at Capacity Central America and Andean in Bogotá, Colombia on October 11 & 12. 

Anahí will be moderating the panel "Peru: Identifying and Evaluating the Current and Potential Investment Opportunities in South America's Next Telecoms Hub" on October 11.