Erik Kreifeldt

Principal Analyst Erik Kreifeldt tracks the global market for enterprise and wholesale network services and co-chairs the WAN Summit conference series on corporate wide-area network management. Before joining TeleGeography in 2006, Erik was an optical networking industry analyst with RHK, following editorial roles at industry publications including the Optical Society of America, where he covered the first commercial DWDM systems.

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Recent Presentation Posts

Three Telecom Pricing Presentations for the Price of One

If it's dollars and cents you're interested in, you've come to the right place.

Our pricing data has given us no shortage of interesting information about the cost of connection. Today we're sharing three TeleGeography pricing presentations from 2017 that you might have missed. Whether it's bandwidth pricing trends or the cost of a hypothetical enterprise network, there's plenty to explore.  

[Webinar] The Next Sea Change in Submarine Networks

If you missed the live TeleGeography and Ciena webinar, "The Next Sea Change in Submarine Networks" on April 26, 2016, you can watch a recording of the webinar on demand, or download the presentation slide deck, here. Join Erik Kreifeldt, Senior Analyst with TeleGeography, and Brian Lavallée, Director of Solutions Marketing from Ciena, for an overview of the current network "seascape" of the Trans-Atlantic corridor, and what open cables will mean to tomorrow's submarine networks.

Recent Posts

BYOD is Shifting the Security Perimeter for WAN Managers

Of all of the areas covered by the WAN Summit, cyber security has got to be one of the hottest topics.

EMEA Carriers Embrace SD-WAN

Europe was initially slower than North America to adopt SD-WAN. But in recent years the technology has caught on and spread to the broader Europe/Middle East/Africa (EMEA) region.

Are All These New Undersea Cables Really Giving Us Faster Internet? Not Exactly.

How many times have we heard that new undersea cables will bring consumers Internet speeds faster than a speeding bullet? (Like this or this or this.)

It has been reported that new cables promise speeds up to 10 million times faster than traditional home cable modems.

But here’s the kicker: there is no increased speed to be found in these submarine cable systems.