Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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144,000 Gigabits, 8,000 Miles: Reading Up on the Pacific Light Cable Network

The Pacific Light Cable is coming and it's going to break some records. IEEE Spectrum Magazine has a good article out about the "ongoing transformation of the submarine fiber-optic cable network" and how this cable is part of the puzzle.

We're also sharing stories about high-frequency trading, the facts behind attacking submarine cables, and Europe's broadband sector. 

[Webinar] Moving the Shannon Limit: New Submarine Cables for Increased Capacity and New Services

The submarine networking industry is getting ever closer to the Shannon limit, the theoretical maximum capacity that can be reliably transported over a submarine cable.

Mike Bisaha Talks Evolving Prices in Cloud Hubs, the 100G Factor, and Market Consolidation

Each January you can find the TeleGeography team at the Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference. Our annual PTC workshop is our first opportunity of the year to share our latest research and analysis on international networks. (And it's where you might have seen some of our greatest hits, like our bandwidth and IP pricing rundown.)

This year, Data Science Manager Mike Bisaha is gearing up to share info on the pricing limbo in which wholesale circuit and IP transit prices have found themselves in.

[Download] The State of the Network: 2018 Edition

What is happening in telecom right now, at this moment in time?

The Telecom Stories That Dominated Our Blog in 2017

In 2017 you told us that you wanted to read about content providers, SD-WAN, internet capacity growth, and the submarine cable boom. So we wrote about those things!

We also covered the cloud, connectivity trends, network pricing, and much more.

As the year winds down, we pulled 10 of our most popular posts to capture the year in telecom. See if your favorite stories made the cut below.

A Treasure Trove of Telecom Interviews to Read Before 2018

Last year we decided to experiment with interviewing TeleGeography experts on the stuff they know best: submarine cables, pricing, colocation, bandwidth, capacity, making maps, enterprise networks, and much more.

Our subscribers know that this experiment turned into the TeleGeography Spotlight.

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.