Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Director of Marketing.

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A Changing WAN, Benchmarked

"In previous iterations of the WAN, you might have seen one large MPLS cloud, but with core sites having a larger MPLS port than edge sites. Now we're seeing a lot more technology differentiation between core versus middle tier versus edge sites." 

A self-proclaimed "data guy," TeleGeography Senior Analyst and Data Science Manager Mike Bisaha has spent years building tools to help IT managers better understand the performance, design, and cost of their networks.

And he's learned a lot about what the modern WAN looks like in the process. 

Behind the Map: Making a Cable Map While Quarantined

Early in the calendar year is map design season around TeleGeography. Colorful proofs arrive at the office, which the design team pores over, so as not to miss any details. No cable left behind. No design flourish left unexamined.

So when the DC office packed up and transitioned to remote work in March 2020, we were left to wonder: how were we going to finish our cable map from within quarantine?

Everything You Wanted to Know About Sourcing Internet

The first challenge in sourcing internet is deciding what you need. It's finding a balance between cost and performance that's so important. Because in an internet world you're going to have a lot more choice than in an MPLS world.

This advice comes from Globalinternet Chief Portfolio Officer Mike Lloyd.

The 2020 Cable Map Has Landed

Have you heard? There's a new submarine cable map in town.

Our 2020 edition has arrived along with a new interactive experience and free map downloads. 

Now Streaming: The WAN Manager Podcast

Greg Bryan has a microphone, a seemingly endless supply of data, and the phone numbers of some prominent WAN experts. 

Sounds like the recipe for a podcast to me.

Networks in the Time of Coronavirus

Gather round. It's a new month and we have new content recommendations.

At the top of our list is a conversation led by the team at ThousandEyes featuring our own Alan Mauldin. The group gets to talking about the COVID-19 impact on cable operations and project roll-outs. Keep scrolling to listen to their chat.

Mapping The Cloud Provider Ecosystem

It's a big week for map resources around here.

Allow us to add one more into the mix: our new, free Cloud Infrastructure Map.

i3forum Tracks COVID-19 Impact on International Voice Traffic

The COVID-19 pandemic has absolutely changed the way the world lives, works, and connects. (We've been monitoring the latest network developments and logging our own analysis here.)

The team at i3forum recently released data on the increase in international voice traffic captured by i3forum Insights, a market database used to track and analyze international voice services. 

The 2020 Submarine Cable Map: A Decade of Undersea Evolution

There’s been plenty of talk about the recent boom in submarine cable construction. And TeleGeography's Submarine Cable Map has tracked the physical, real-world results of this explosion for nearly 20 years. 

On Wednesday, June 10 at 11:00am ET we're going to expand this discussion with our friends at Ciena.

2Africa is Coming

Lots of submarine cable chatter this week around the announcement of 2Africa, the latest cable from owners Facebook, Vodafone, MTN Group, China Mobile, WIOCC, Orange, Telecom Egypt, and Saudi Telecom.

We pulled several stories about the Facebook-backed cable, what it means for connectivity in the region, and how much folks expect it to cost. Keep scrolling for more.