Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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Upcoming Webinar: A Global SD-WAN Client's Journey

We probably don't need to tell you that our 2018 WAN Summit Singapore will feature more enterprise case studies. Previously, companies like CargillDHL, and Volex have used our Singapore summit to provide a first-hand look at how some of the region's largest enterprises manage their networks.

In that spirit, we'll be giving everyone a taste of our 2018 Singapore Summit next Wednesday, August 8. Join us for a webinar all about one client's global SD-WAN journey.

Google's Trans-Atlantic Dunant Cable Plans to Make Waves

The telecom news du jour is the announcement of Google's Dunant cable. The tech giant's newest private subsea cable project is slated to be the first private trans-Atlantic cable built by a non-telecom company.

Read more about it in our story picks for July. We've selected a piece from PC Mag that includes all the cable details, as well as a story from Lightwave about who will be designing and deploying the cable.

Registration for Telecoms World Middle East 2018 is Now Open

We wanted to give you a heads up on a telecom conference that you might want to add to your calendar: Telecoms World Middle East.

The event is slated for September 17-18 in Dubai. (Download the brochure here.)

How Does a TeleGeography Map Come Together?

How does one go about keeping track of nearly 400 submarine cable systems and over 1,000 landing stations? 

Carefully, with lots of precise, year-round tracking, as it turns out.

In today's post, we're sharing secrets from our mapmakers about how our submarine cable map designs come together.  

Our New E-book Contains Nearly 50 Maps and 20 Years of Telecom History

We’ve been making maps for a long time–since 1996, if you can believe it.

Our maps don the walls of telecom companies, network operations centers, regulatory agencies, boardrooms, and even museums. Two dozen have even found their way into the Library of Congress.

There is a lot of telecom history in these designs.

Submarine Cables as Earthquake Detectors? It Could Happen.

Gather round—we're sharing our telecom reading recommendations for June 2018.

First up, The Economist looks closer at a new approach that would leverage submarine cables for measuring seismic activity. This innovative idea comes from Britain’s National Physical Laboratory, which has successfully identified quakes in trial runs. 

We've also pulled stories about broadband in rural America, a submarine cable kerfuffle between China and Australia, as well as an examination of plummeting international bandwidth prices.

Changing Bandwidth Markets, Submarine Cables, and 10% Off Subsea EMEA Registration

Subsea EMEA returns to Marseille next month, bringing together leaders from more than 150 companies. Among the submarine cable experts who will be exchanging notes about the future of the market will be our own Tim Stronge.

Tim kindly took the time to talk with me about his Subsea EMEA presentation, which will focus on how bandwidth markets have changed in the last 20 years. He also previewed some of the other conference sessions that he’s looking forward to attending. Keep scrolling to catch up on our conversation.

Upcoming Webinar: The Financial Impact of Hybrid WAN Deployment

A recent WAN Summit survey found that cutting costs is the number two most important driver for SD-WAN deployment after improving performance.

Combinations of hybrid WANs and SD-WAN promise to double bandwidth while reducing Mbit prices by up to 50 percent.

But how much of this is achievable?

[Download the Presentation] A Tale of Prices: Latin America vs. The World

TeleGeography’s Anahí Rebatta recently presented “A Tale of Prices: Latin America vs. The Rest of the World” during LACNIC 29/LAC Peering Forum. In this presentation she explored the cost of connection and the impact that new submarine cables are having on Latin America.

What set this one apart from other recent presentations Anahí has done about the region?

For starters, this one was a bedtime story.

Want to Understand Content Providers' Priorities? Look at Where They're Building Cables.

The colocation market serves a wide variety of customer verticals. These days, the cloud and content vertical is one of the most exciting to watch.