TeleGeography's Rob Schult and Mike Bisaha will be attending the Cloud Computing Expo in New York City, on June 7-9, 2016.
TeleGeography analyst, Anahi Rebatta, will be attending the BKNIX Peering Forum in Bangkok on May 9-10, 2016. Anahi will be presenting on Connectivity Trends in Asian Markets during the conference session on Fiber Optic Interconnection around the Globe, from 11:00-12:30 on May 9th.
TeleGeography will be at International Telecoms Week in Chicago from May 8-11, 2016. This year, we've moved from a booth in the exhibit hall to a larger meeting room. Visit meeting room MR-4205 on the Gold Level of the East Tower at the Hyatt Regency to speak with TeleGeography's analysts and review our latest research, or schedule a private meeting.
I recently had the pleasure to deliver a keynote address at Carriers World Asia 2016 on the latest updates in the Asian Carrier Market. The presentation highlights key trends in Asian voice and data networks, covering the impact of OTT communication services on the voice market, regional bandwidth growth and the rise of private network share of used international bandwidth.
TeleGeography recently traveled to Rio de Janeiro to attend Capacity Latin America, where I moderated the panel “Laying the Foundation – Building the Necessary Steps to Encourage Future Investments in the Latin American Region.” My colleagues and I had the chance to catch up with players across the submarine cable industry to identify the most important trends in the Latin American market. One of the key takeaways from discussions we had at the conference was the re-emergence of a submarine cable construction boom.
What do international networks have to do with "The Hunger Games," "The Matrix," and "Mad Max?" Alan Mauldin, TeleGeography's Director of Research, uses the dystopian themes of popular science fiction movies to draw analogies with the state of international networks. Alan presented his talk at PTC 16 in Honolulu, Hawaii.