Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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Your Coffee Break Starts Now: Stories About SD-WAN, Broadband, Internet Development, and More

May reading recommendations are in.

Our spring lineup includes a Network World post about the challenges facing SD-WAN. In this story, Steve Garson charts a shift in the SD-WAN market, measuring the need for SLAs in SD-WAN services, the impact of the cloud, and much more.

We're also sharing news and notes on Latin America's broadband sector, insights on internet development in Asia, and a refresher on why you've seen ZTE's name in the news. These coffee break reads are all linked below.  

Watch Now: Jon Hjembo and Brian Lavallée Talk Data Centers

Growth in global bandwidth consumption won't be slowing down any time soon. It's no surprise that this trend is fueling the need for more data centers and, subsequently, network capacity to interconnect data centers.

As cloud and content providers steer network and data center development, our own Jon Hjembo and Ciena's Brian Lavallée sat down to discuss the latest data center trends driving subsea connectivity growth.

Click below to listen to their full conversation.

Cable Down: What Happened When a Cable Was Cut Near Mauritania Last Month

April reading recommendations are in. First up? We've got a great post from the Dyn blog about the aftermath of a cable cut near Mauritania. (It's a brilliant example of redundancy at work.)

We've also got stories about data centers, 5G, and new cables that will be coming to submarinecablemap.com real soon. Read up on all of our picks below.

Webinar: Diving into the Data Center Interconnect Seascape

Global bandwidth consumption has grown exponentially in recent years due in large part to massive amounts of content being generated by internet content providers. (Cat videos, anyone?) 

This growth isn’t slowing down any time soon. It's actually driving the need for more data centers and network capacity to interconnect them—overland and undersea.

Join TeleGeography's Jon Hjembo and Ciena's Brian Lavallée on April 25 for an update on the latest data center trends driving subsea connectivity growth.

Cables Coming Soon: Asia-Pacific Edition

When Research Director Alan Mauldin ventured to Kathmandu to take part in APRICOT 2018 earlier this year, he covered the cadre of new cables—and new diverse paths—coming to the region during his presentation on Asia-Pacific trends. 

Connectivity and Pricing Trends in Latin America

Last week our own Anahí Rebatta presented Capacity and Connectivity in the Region: Exploring the Current State of the Wholesale Telecom Industry Across Latin America at Capacity LATAM.

Anahí's exploration of planned cables, bandwidth usage, and price erosion chipped away at what a shifting physical diversity of cables and evolving customer mix mean for Latin America. 

The Submarine Cable Boom as Told by the Last Five Years of TeleGeography Cable Maps

Have you gotten your 2018 submarine cable map yet? If so, you might have noticed that we're tracking a whopping 366 submarine cable systems this time around.

There's been lots of conversation about the recent boom in submarine cable construction. This flurry of activity becomes clearer when our annual map is viewed over time.

Recommended Reads: Demand for Interconnection, Big Ethernet Moves, and More

It's time for another batch of telecom stories from around the internet.

This month we're sharing the latest submarine cable talk, some fiber footprint chatter, and a handy explainer on why you're seeing AT&T's name in the news.

Keep scrolling for these links and others. 

The 2018 Submarine Cable Map: 366 Cable Systems to Know

It's a great day to be a submarine cable fan. 

Why, you ask? Because the latest and greatest TeleGeography Submarine Cable map is now available.

The 2018 edition, which is sponsored by Telecom Egypt, depicts 366 cable systems and 1,006 landing stations that are currently active, under construction, or expected to be fully-funded by the end of 2020.

Webinar: Contracts and SLAs in the SD-WAN Environment

An SD-WAN enabled network transformation raises unique issues about the way enterprise customers source and contract these services.

Getting what you bargained for during contract negotiations is paramount. But so is maintaining flexibility in your legal arrangements to ensure that your organization maximizes the benefits of moving your network to an SD-WAN solution.