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This month, we've got six new stories that we've shared around our office, spanning from explainer videos, to updates on cellcos in the news, to some snazzy maps.
TeleGeography will be at International Telecoms Week in Chicago May 14-17, 2017.
Planning on attending the MVNOs World Congress later this month in Nice? Us too. Our own Tom Leins will be on the scene at the Nice Acropolis April 24-27. He's set to judge the MVNO Awards, which will be announced at the annual MVNOs Awards Party on Wednesday, April 26.
Another WAN Summit New York is in the books. As our teammates and summit attendees head home from the Big Apple, we're starting to compile our highlight reel. Check back here for videos, pictures, and presentations in the coming weeks.
TeleGeography's Spotlight is a monthly email in which we interview one of our analysts about content from our blog. Today we're sharing our March interview, in which Greg Byran shares his experience working alongside network managers to develop programming for the WAN Summit series.
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As WAN Summit New York swiftly approaches, we thought we'd give you a look at who is set to attend this year's conference. (Warning: it's a packed lineup this year. Our list is pretty long.)
"From a booth set up in Grand Central Terminal, a person could talk to a friend in Chicago or Washington while also seeing them on a small video screen. The friend would also have to go to a special booth in those cities to take the call. The price for the novelty of a three-minute call was $16.
That would be equivalent to $121 in today’s money."
Cable breaks occur more often than you might think. Research presented in this paper counted 14 different cable failures in U.S. territorial waters or exclusive economic zone between 2008 and 2012.
We rarely hear about such cable failures because we currently enjoy two built-in mechanisms that mitigate the effects of a break: a robust, redundant set of networks allowing traffic re-routes when a cable fails, and a nimble fleet of cable repair ships that can respond quickly to problems. Changes to the interpretation of the Jones Act may impair the latter mechanism.
Thanks to all who joined our webinar yesterday, during which our own Greg Bryan spoke with Gap Inc’s Network Architect and SD-WAN Subject Matter Expert Snehal Patel.
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