What better way to look inside the mind of the TeleGeography analyst than to explore what he or she is reading?
This month, we've got six new stories that we've shared around our office, spanning from explainer videos, to updates on cellcos in the news, to some snazzy maps.
Why should submarine cable operators care about adding packet networking to their networks?
Spring has sprung. If you're a TeleGeographer, that means there are lots of telecoms conferences on the horizon and, subsequently, lots of in-flight reading to get in order.
This month, our reading queue includes lots of mobile stats, a peek inside Microsoft's global network, and a closer look at events rocking South Africa's MTN and China's ZTE Corp.
Our GlobalComms Database has a lot going on.
TeleGeography's Spotlight is a monthly email in which we interview one of our analysts about content from our blog. Today we're sharing our February interview, in which Alan Mauldin walks us through his presentation "Why We Need More Submarine Cables. And Why We Don't." To get the Spotlight in your inbox, sign up here.
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Breaking news: we’re unveiling a new TeleGeography research service today.
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“I talked with one of your engineers nearly 20 years ago. He said something about waves. Said you needed something that would make the long-distance wires talk farther.”
That’s how our conversation begins between two men, one of them an engineer, in this 1940 film that looks back on AT&T’s first transcontinental phone line.
We've had a lot to read this month.
Reliance Jio Telecom, the new operator on the block in India, has released their latest offer, crossing the 100 million subscriber mark.
Then there is the Financial Times report, which takes a long look at Tata, India's largest telco.
And you've probably also heard the buzz on the Verizon/Yahoo acquisition, with Verizon securing a $250 million discount on their purchase.