Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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Highlight Reel: 10 WAN Stories From 2017 Worth Revisiting

It was another year of top-rate discussions about enterprise networks, hybrid WANs, the future of MPLS, SD-WAN in the workplace, and more.

Plan For The Pacific Telecommunications Council Annual Conference With Us

It's that time again. Our team is packing for Honolulu and readying for the Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference January 21-24, 2018.

Our own Mike Bisaha, Jon Hjembo, Tim Stronge, Stephan Beckert, Alan Mauldin, Mike Owings, and Rob Schult will be on the scene. And on Sunday, January 21, Mike Bisaha, Jon, and Tim will present their research and analysis on international networks.

When a Cable is Decommissioned, Does it Make a Sound?

But really—when a cable is decommissioned, is there just a switch that someone flips off?

Turns out it's more complicated than that. Our top story pick for this month covers how the decommissioning process works and who is impacted.

New Capacity, Competition in Latin America

If you've been asking yourself lately what the future of wholesale telecom looks like in Central America and the Andean Region, today's Spotlight interview will be of particular interest.

Who is Heading to Subsea Connect Americas? (And Who Wants a Discount on Last Minute Registration?)

Conference alert: TeleGeography's Tim Stronge will be moseying down to Fort Lauderdale, Florida next week for Subsea Connect Americas.

If you'd like to join him and you haven't booked your spot yet, you can score a 15% discount on registration by using the code SCA2017-TELEGEOGRAPHY at checkout.

Welcome to the 2017 Holiday Map Sale. Get 40 Percent Off All Maps!

Happy Cyber Monday, shoppers. As you begin your holiday shopping, we've got the map-lovers in your life covered. Starting today you can save 40% on our telecommunications maps by using the code MAPPING40, while supplies last.

Tristan Thibodeaux Unpacks New Submarine Cable Projects and Launches in Asia-Pac

Next month TeleGeography's Tristan Thibodeaux and Clara Chua will meet in Hong Kong for Capacity Asia 2017

Tristan was kind enough to sit down with us and offer a preview of his presentation "Bigger and Better: 2017's Update on New Submarine Cable Projects and Launches." Get the scoop below and connect with Tristan and Clara on LinkedIn to meet up during the conference.

Also—TeleGeography readers who register for Capacity Asia can use the code TELEGEOGRAPHYASIA17 at checkout to receive 15% off. Enter the code, click "update cart," and redeem your discount.

Another Submarine Cable Story is Being Written. (This One is 14,000 Kilometers Long.)

What articles have we been Slacking to one another around the office? This month that list includes a story about a new cable project that has two very big backers: Facebook and Amazon. The Jupiter cable will connect the U.S. and Asia by 2020. You can read all about it in the story by the BBC below.

The other stories we've rounded up include mergers, takeovers, and shakeups. Plus, more news on T-Mobile's ever-growing presence in the U.S. wireless market.

Key Trends in Colocation Pricing That Matter Right Now

Last month we sat down with Director of Colocation Research Jon Hjembo to talk about all things colocation. Today we’re sharing a bonus question from that interview about key trends in colo pricing.

[Webinar] Making Sense of SDN, SD-WAN, and NFV in the WAN

Got questions about SD-WAN? Lots of people do. If you're one of them, you might like to join this webinar happening November 21 at 10 a.m. EST.