The Dyn DDoS Attack, Explained

What happened during Friday’s massive internet outage on the East Coast?

Should MVNOs See OTT Players as Another Competitor?

TeleGeography's Tom Leins is traveling to London for the MVNOs Networking Congress November 1-2, 2016.

Tom, who puts together TeleGeography's popular MVNO Monday round-up in CommsUpdate, brings his expertise in the field to the event stage. 

All the Buzz from WAN Summit London 2016

This week we completed another brilliant WAN Summit in London, welcoming corporate WAN strategists and service providers to connect with suppliers, customers, and peers.

We don't want anyone to feel left out. Here are some quick highlights from the Twitterverse.

Creating Partnerships for Changing Business Needs at Capacity Europe

Join Erik Kreifeldt at Capacity Europe November 7-9, 2016 in Paris, as he chairs two innovative panel sessions.

Carriers Review Their Network Roadmaps, Examine Customer Needs

Enterprise customers' expectations of their network are changing.

What it Takes To Win in the Evolving Services Market at MEF 2016

TeleGeography's Research Manager Rob Schult returns to the MEF conference in Baltimore, Maryland November 7-10, 2016. Rob will be participating in two panels on the event agenda.

Mobile Services No Longer a Cash Cow

Over the past few years, mobile operators across several markets have seen declining service revenues and falling levels of average revenue per user (ARPU).

It’s possible that mobile services are no longer the big moneymaker they were in the early 2000s. Here’s why.

5 Telecoms Articles You Should Read This Weekend: SD-WAN Edition

Time for another round of "what is the team at TeleGeography reading?"

This time around we're all about that SD-WAN. (Perhaps we're just excited about the upcoming WAN Summit London?) Below are five pieces any network manager should bookmark for their weekend reading queue.

Google and Facebook Have Joined the Pacific Light Cable Project

Perhaps you've heard that Google and Facebook have joined the Pacific Light Cable Project.

We've compiled several resources to explain why content providers are getting into the cable game. (And we also have some insight on the cable in question.)

Sultanate of Swing: Oman’s Mobile Users Shifting to MVNOs

Oman’s wireless market is shifting thanks to the growing popularity of MVNO services.

The Sultanate is home to two established network operators – Omantel and Ooredoo – as well as a pair of low-cost, pre-paid resellers in the shape of FRiENDi Mobile and Majan Telecommunication, which trades under the name Renna Mobile.