Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads: Going Back to the Future With Submarine Cables

What would Doc Brown do? This might be a weird question to ponder at a TeleGeography telecom workshop. But here we are.

During this year's annual telecom rundown at PTC, Research Director Alan Mauldin took the audience time hopping through bandwidth demand drivers, interregional routing changes, cable landings, cable investments, and future cable requirements. 

Nothing We Love More Than a New Submarine Cable Map

There is little that the TeleGeography team loves more than a new map.

So it makes sense, dear reader, that our valentine to you would be map-themed. In that spirit, we're thrilled to unveil our 2019 submarine cable map.

Watch Now: The 2019 TeleGeography Telecom Pricing Update

10G wavelength pricing is declining. So is 100G—faster, even, than 10G.

At PTC 2019 Senior Analyst Mike Bisaha illustrated the extent to which prices are dropping on core routes using a series of images representing the last three years of price movement.

Three Things You'll Learn From Our 2019 State of the Network E-book

Last week we dropped our annual State of the Network e-book. This free resource marries the top findings from four of our most popular research services into one handy guide. 

If you haven't had a chance to peruse the new edition, we thought we'd whet your appetite with a few interesting tidbits from this year's findings.

New Year, New E-book: The State of the Network 2019 is Here

Last year we wanted to take a snapshot of the telecom market.

And it was this desire—our attempt to answer the question what is happening in telecom at this moment in time?—that led to the creation of our annual State of the Network report.

Trends in Latin American Wholesale Telecom at Capacity LatAm 2019

Capacity LatAm 2019 is fast approaching; the annual conference is slated for March 11-13 in São Paulo, Brazil.

TeleGeography's Anahí Rebatta will again share insights on trends, growth drivers, infrastructure challenges, new cable projects, and opportunities within the region.

OneWeb, SpaceX, Telesat—Who Has the Best Proposed Global Bandwidth Constellation?

It's 2019, we're back, and you better believe we're still eating up telecom headlines and passing some of our favorites on to you.

After sorting through the obligatory end-of-year posts about telecom in 2018—and then a new batch of projections for the year ahead—we landed on a lineup of stories about connectivity.

Visions for the Future and the Pursuit of Digital Transformation at Capacity Middle East 2019

The Middle East's digital agenda is piled high with plans for projects and new infrastructure.

TeleGeography Principal Analyst Erik Kreifeldt will dig into many of these plans and projects as he moderates a panel of regional experts during Capacity Middle East 2019.

The panel will assess the most important technological innovations boosting the diversification and modernization of telecom in the region. Further, they'll examine crucial strategies needed to implement industry-wide digital transformation.

Lots of Cable Chatter on Deck for Submarine Networks EMEA 2019

Over two days—February 12-13, 2019—Submarine Networks EMEA will welcome more than 450 telecom professionals to London.

These two days will be brimming with conversation on strategies, new opportunities, and business models for this dynamic sector. 

If this sounds like a conference that you need to be at, be sure to save your place soon.

The Adaptive Network™: From Ocean’s Edge to the Network Edge

As demand for digital content surges, technologies borne in the data center world are quickly finding their way into the networks that interconnect them overland and undersea—and from the core to the edge.

In keeping up with this demand, new markets and regions are emerging as strategic peering hubs for the delivery of content. And the creation of new diverse submarine cable routes feeds the growth of both existing and new peering hubs.