This week our WAN-loving colleagues gathered across the pond for the 2017 WAN Summit London. We talked about the cloud, mpls, the needs of enterprise customers, implementing hybrid networks, and why SD-WAN is about more than just cost savings.
Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.
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.
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.
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.
When our VP of Strategy Stephan Beckert agreed to sit in the hot seat for this month's Spotlight, I knew I wanted to ask him about the state of the global internet.
Where are new cables? Who is investing in them? What do they mean? The internet is growing, right? How are content providers contributing to this story?
In 1951 AT&T produced a short film to promote the introduction of direct-dial long distance telephone service. This service was first introduced in the U.S. in Englewood, New Jersey.
Join Stephan Beckert at Capacity Europe October 23-26, 2017, in London as he moderates the panel Building Bridges: An Open Discussion by Content Service Providers on Their Carrier Partnerships.
Earlier this week our own Alan Mauldin teamed up with Ciena’s Brian Lavallée to discuss submarine cable trends in the Asia-Pacific region. Here's what we learned from the experts.
How do telecom companies keep communities connected and support recovery efforts after storms like Harvey and Irma?
Our reading list this month is full of pieces that ask this question. Our picks cover the use of drones to determine routes for bringing equipment to storm-affected areas. There's also an article about contingency plans for a major data center in Irma's path.
We're also sharing a great read about rural America's access to broadband internet. You can find all of these September selections below.
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