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Network Trends in Asia & Pacific

Watch Cody Williams present "Recent Trends in Asia and Oceania" at APRICOT 2016 and download his slides for free.

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.   

Bandwidth and IP Pricing Trends in 15 minutes

Brianna Boudreau, TeleGeography's Senior Pricing Analyst, presented a comprehensive overview of bandwidth and IP pricing trends at PTC (Pacific Telecommunications Council) in Honolulu, Hawaii, this past January. Spend fifteen minutes and get up to speed on current pricing trends drawn from TeleGeography's one-of-a-kind pricing databases. 

Colocation: A Market in Flux

With the announcement that Tata Communications will divest from the data center business, it becomes the latest carrier to indicate an exit from the colocation market. Understanding the changing colocation landscape is more important than ever. If these trends are taking you by surprise, let TeleGeography's VP of Strategy, Stephan Beckert, help to make sense of this news.

Why Might Verizon Start Selling its Colocation Assets?

In a surprising reversal of a statement that Verizon's CFO made in November of last year, Reuters suggested on the 6th of January that Verizon is starting a process of selling its entire data center portfolio. TeleGeography's Senior Analyst, Jonathan Hjembo, explains in our series: TeleGeography Takeaways.

The Fifth Generation WAN: The Programmable Network

At the 2015 London WAN Summit, Ray Watson, VP of Global Technology at Masergy, gave a sweeping overview of how WAN technology has evolved and what are the characteristics of the next WAN paradigm he calls "The Fifth Generation I.T."

The “White Box” Revolution

In the third and last part of a three-part series, we conclude the WAN Summit London 2015 discussion about SDN and NFV with a look into the "white box revolution," an idea that promises a vendor-agnostic solution in which open source software operates on generic server and switch hardware. 

Virtual Reality: Network Function Virtualization Choices

In the second part of a three-part series, we continue to explore one of the hottest topic from WAN Summit London 2016: SDN and NFV. As a follow up to the first part of the discussion on real world experiences of SDN and NFV in the field, Erik Kreifeldt from TeleGeography, moves the discussion to what functions are best suited for virtualization. 

Exploring the Potential of SDN and NFV

In this first part of a three-part series, we explore one of the hottest topic from WAN Summit London 2016: SDN and NFV. In the panel The Promise and the Reality of SDN and NFV, Erik Kreifeldt from TeleGeography, moderates a discussion of the promise and reality of these technologies from the perspective of enterprises as well as carriers. 

How WAN offloading offset the cost of traffic growth at Adidas

At this year’s WAN Summit in London, Senior Director of Global IT at Adidas, Alberto Pedraz, set out a precise and concrete user case which illustrated some of the drivers, implementation decisions and success factors of the €14.5bn turnover sports apparel company’s 18-month WAN offloading project.