Internet

Latency: The Need for Speed

Reducing the latency (delay) of network traffic between locations has been the focus for financial firms engaged in high-frequency trading for several years, but this is also a goal for gaming companies as well. In a series of blog posts, Riot Games discussed how they have designed their own latency-optimized network. When linking destinations around the world, comparing the latency of the various submarine cables is critical.

Ten Weird and Possibly Useful Things You Didn't Know about International Networks

In this hilarious and informative presentation, TeleGeography's VP of Research, Tim Stronge, delivers an overview of the state of international networks. Presented in October 2015 at NANOG 65 in Montreal, Quebec, Tim's key takeways remain relevant today.   

What does the Internet look like?

Loosely based on TeleGeography's Submarine Cable Map, a Netherlands artist, Jeroen van Loon, created an art installation that depicts Internet data as ephemeral and temporary. 

Lights, Camera, Action!

On February 11th, SUPERGRAVITY Pictures dropped by our Washington, D.C. office to interview our Senior Analyst Erik Kreifeldt for an upcoming movie about the the state of Internet Service Providers in America today.