What are the world's most competitive MVNO markets? What do they look like? MVNO Monday Editor Tom Leins decided he was going to take a closer look. First up: Tom explores MVNOs in the United Kingdom.
The Pacific Light Cable is coming and it's going to break some records. IEEE Spectrum Magazine has a good article out about the "ongoing transformation of the submarine fiber-optic cable network" and how this cable is part of the puzzle.
We're also sharing stories about high-frequency trading, the facts behind attacking submarine cables, and Europe's broadband sector.
The market for fixed broadband internet access in Europe has changed course.
The submarine networking industry is getting ever closer to the Shannon limit, the theoretical maximum capacity that can be reliably transported over a submarine cable.
Cushman & Wakefield is a 100-year-old, privately-held real estate services business. It reached its current size through a series of mergers and acquisitions–activity that meant its network was a mishmash of services from different providers.
Each January you can find the TeleGeography team at the Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference. Our annual PTC workshop is our first opportunity of the year to share our latest research and analysis on international networks. (And it's where you might have seen some of our greatest hits, like our bandwidth and IP pricing rundown.)
This year, Data Science Manager Mike Bisaha is gearing up to share info on the pricing limbo in which wholesale circuit and IP transit prices have found themselves in.
To say that network connectivity is mission-critical for Thomson Reuters would be an understatement.
CommsUpdate is TeleGeography’s free daily summary of the top global telecom stories. Born out of desk research for TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database Service, CommsUpdate is produced by TeleGeography’s team based in the historic city of Exeter in Devon, England.
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