Enterprise

Submarine Cables: Are We in a New Bubble?

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.

A Year's Worth of Global Bandwidth and IP Pricing Trends

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.

The Colocation Sector: Shifting Dynamics, Stable Fundamentals

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. 

WAN Summit Presentations From 2016 That We Can't Get Enough Of

We've already shared a few of our favorite blog posts from 2016. But there's something else from 2016 worthy of a look back: the outstanding WAN Summit presentations we were treated to throughout the year.

This year we ventured to New York, Singapore, and London to spark ideas, gain new perspectives, and initiate conversations with suppliers, customers, and peers about all things WAN.

Here's a taste of what was on the conference program in 2016.

Interoute CTO: SD-WAN and the Cloud Are Critical to Enterprise Digital Transformation

Digital transformation – which Interoute CTO Matthew Finnie defines as “using technology to get closer to the market and supply chain” – is becoming an important initiative for enterprises.

Volex Experiences The Upside of SD-WAN

While some enterprises are taking a do-it-yourself approach to implementing software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology, others—including global electrical equipment manufacturer Volex—have opted instead to purchase SD-WAN as a service from a network operator.