We've had a lot to read this month.
Reliance Jio Telecom, the new operator on the block in India, has released their latest offer, crossing the 100 million subscriber mark.
Then there is the Financial Times report, which takes a long look at Tata, India's largest telco.
And you've probably also heard the buzz on the Verizon/Yahoo acquisition, with Verizon securing a $250 million discount on their purchase.
Fact: Before 2009, only 16 African countries were connected to a submarine cable system. Since then, 26 cable systems have been deployed to connect the region.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) recently announced that they are set to launch the latest Virgin Mobile MVNO operation.
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The year? 1935. The company? Western Electric.
The product? A 12-minute documentary on the evolution of long distance telecommunications service and technology from 1877 to 1935.
The result? Surprisingly engaging!
I’ve been involved with TeleGeography’s research on submarine cables since 2000. Over the years I’ve fielded numermous questions about the submarine cable industry from journalists, investors, family, and friends.
It seems as good a time as any to provide a compilation of answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
Last year Ethernet turned 43 – and it remains one of the most widely-used local area network technologies.
And as far as telecoms history goes, few modern tools have a naming story quite like Ethernet’s.