We're gearing up for this year's Capacity Middle East, happening March 7-9 in Dubai. Our own Erik Kreifeldt and Jon Hull will be on the scene.
We went 12 years without building a new cable in the Atlantic. In the last two years we've seen two builds, another announced, and more planned.
This might be why our VP of Research Tim Stronge recently asked a group of PTC 2017 attendees if we're in a submarine cable bubble.
If we take a closer look at 365 days of global bandwidth and IP pricing, what do we actually see?
If you've got 15 minutes to spare, Brianna Boudreau will show you.
There's no doubt that we've seen shifts in the colocation landscape as of late.
Content providers are moving closer to the network edge. There's been fast growth in certain Asian markets. And in the last two years about 20 new local internet exchanges have been deployed globally.
Interested in talking submarine cables and colocation centers with us next month?
Join us in Hawaii and dig into our latest research.
Our own Brianna Boudreau, Jonathan Hjembo, Tim Stronge, Stephan Beckert, Alan Mauldin, Mike Owings, and Tristan Thibodeaux will venture to Honolulu for the Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference happening January 15-18, 2017.
My recent trip to London to attend the MVNOs Networking Congress 2016 was nothing short of rewarding.
Senior Analyst Brianna Boudreau brings her expertise to Capacity Asia in Hong Kong, December 6-7.
Join Brianna as she moderates the panel "The Carrier and the Cloud: What Will Their Relationship Look Like?" at 4:15 on December 7.
TeleGeography's Africa research experts Paul Brodsky and Patrick Christian will be traveling to Cape Town for AfricaCom, November 15-17, 2016.
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.
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.