Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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Tristan Thibodeaux Unpacks New Submarine Cable Projects and Launches in Asia-Pac

Next month TeleGeography's Tristan Thibodeaux and Clara Chua will meet in Hong Kong for Capacity Asia 2017

Tristan was kind enough to sit down with us and offer a preview of his presentation "Bigger and Better: 2017's Update on New Submarine Cable Projects and Launches." Get the scoop below and connect with Tristan and Clara on LinkedIn to meet up during the conference.

Another Submarine Cable Story is Being Written. (This One is 14,000 Kilometers Long.)

What articles have we been Slacking to one another around the office? This month that list includes a story about a new cable project that has two very big backers: Facebook and Amazon. The Jupiter cable will connect the U.S. and Asia by 2020. You can read all about it in the story by the BBC below.

The other stories we've rounded up include mergers, takeovers, and shakeups. Plus, more news on T-Mobile's ever-growing presence in the U.S. wireless market.

Key Trends in Colocation Pricing That Matter Right Now

Last month we sat down with Director of Colocation Research Jon Hjembo to talk about all things colocation. Today we’re sharing a bonus question from that interview about key trends in colo pricing.

[Webinar] Making Sense of SDN, SD-WAN, and NFV in the WAN

Got questions about SD-WAN? Lots of people do. If you're one of them, you might like to join this webinar happening November 21 at 10 a.m. EST.

A TBT to the First-Ever Federal Communications Commission Annual Report

Happy Throwback Thursday.

Today we're looking back to 1936 when the first annual report of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was released. (And it had everything: broadcasting! Cable television! Wireless telecommunications! Spectrum management!)

There's So Much More to the Colocation Sector Than You Realize

Colocation is just a collection of buildings, right? It's a bunch of square feet, measured out for network storage. A series of wires and cages—not much of a story there.

If you talk to TeleGeography's Director of Colocation Research Jon Hjembo for only a few minutes, you'll learn how wrong that is.

WAN Summit London 2017, as Told by Twitter

This week our WAN-loving colleagues gathered across the pond for the 2017 WAN Summit LondonWe talked about the cloud, mpls, the needs of enterprise customers, implementing hybrid networks, and why SD-WAN is about more than just cost savings.

This Blog Post Has Everything: Robots! North Korea! Cloud Computing!

This month we're reading about the state of artificial intelligence, connectivity in North Korea, content providers' submarine cables, and the curious new way Amazon Web Services will be charging customers. (A TeleGeography lineup if I've ever seen one.)

We've got all the stories linked below. Have at it.

Optical Illusions: Content Providers and the Impending Transformation of International Transport

This week TeleGeography VP of Research Tim Stronge made his way to San Jose to speak at NANOG 71.

His session covered the relationship between international transport and content provider demand and the way in which content providers are changing international transport prices.

Three Videos For Anyone in the Process of Adopting a Hybrid WAN

Our latest WAN Summit Singapore blended big ideas with real-world solutions as we heard from WAN experts across the globe.

In particular, there were some fantastic ideas shared for WAN mangers in the midst of a hybrid WAN adoption. We cherry-picked some of our top tips/quotes/ideas from those who have done it all before (and lived to tell the tale). Watch 'em below.