Jayne Miller

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You're Building a Submarine Cable Where?

It turns out that the Arctic isn't the easiest place to lay a cable.

Expensive and logistically challenging, Arctic cables are at the center of one of our recommended reads for this month. If you're up for a story that includes forged signatures, Arctic ambitions, and the dynamite quote, “The question is not why Elizabeth did it, but rather, how did she think she’d get away with it?”—then keep reading, my friends.

Signals of Success: What to Look for in Submarine Cable Press Releases

I'm a cynic and you can be one, too!

This was the title of Tim Stronge's presentation during a recent webinar we did with our friends at Ciena.

Our favorite neighborhood cynic came bearing an important public service announcement for webinar attendees: just because you see a flashy slide deck or press release about a new submarine cable doesn't mean it's going to happen.

5G Rollouts Put the Pedal to the Metal

Lots of 5G news this week. Most notably, almost a quarter-billion new LTE connections were added worldwide in Q2 2019, according to 5G Americas.

You can read all about 5G mania below. There are also some worthy headlines about internet speeds, India's telecom battle, and a great interview between Recode's Kara Swisher and Huawei’s chief security officer in the U.S. Andy Purdy. 

Three Facts About Network Benchmarking

If we were to take our blog and make one of those word clouds that you saw at every tech summit in the mid-aughts (or on many an inspirational Pinterest board, for that matter), there's one word that would be pretty big. Benchmarking.

Capacity Europe 2019 Seeks to Disrupt

Across the board, technology is disrupting the way business is done.

This October, Capacity Europe will explore the latest telecom disruptors, including 5G, IoT, AI, smart networks, and content provisioning.

Behind the Headlines: Recent Submarine Network News, Explained

This year has been—and will continue to be—a busy one in the submarine networking industry. Several new submarine cables have already been announced, deployed, or put into service.

How Do You Become Africa's Largest Telco?

For better or worse, MTN has been unafraid of doing business in locations experiencing war, political turmoil, and disaster.

This strategy has made them one of the biggest telcos in Africa—but it hasn't come without cost. The Wall Street Journal's recent profile earns the top spot on our list of monthly reads.

Is Your Planned Submarine Cable Doomed? Find Out at Submarine Networks World 2019.

Next month TeleGeography's Alan Mauldin returns to Submarine Networks World in Singapore. And, yes, you can absolutely look forward to his annual presentation on the state of the submarine cable industry. It’s happening on September 17 at 5:00 p.m.

Asian Infrastructure Transformation at the 2019 Asian Carriers Conference

As summer winds down and conference season approaches, TeleGeography is prepping for an autumn marathon of telecom workshops and presentations.   

Our conference circuit of course includes the 2019 Asian Carriers Conference.

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