Jayne Miller

Jayne is TeleGeography's Director of Marketing.

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Looking for Telecom Data? Our New Website Can Help.

Brace yourselves for some shameless self-promotion.

If you're a regular reader you might know that—in addition to writing snappy stories about telecommunications—TeleGeography is a market research and consulting firm. Since 1989, we've literally and figuratively mapped the industry using the best data in the business. 

What Would Russia's Domestic Internet Look Like?

"Technological sovereignty." That's one way author Justin Sherman captures Russia's recent efforts to develop a domestic internet—a project that might allow them to disconnect from the global internet altogether.

It's a fascinating story that delves into Russia's motivation, disconnection tests, and the potential influence on other nations.

New Technologies, Telecom Trends on Display at Capacity Asia 2019

Capacity Asia 2019 is only a month away.

This year, regional experts will cover new technologies like 5G, blockchain, and network virtualization, as well as new markets like e-gaming. Naturally, our team will be on the scene to share our latest data and analysis on the region.

Subsea Americas 2019: Telecom Trends Across Latin America

As new cable builds are commissioned around the world, the Americas have become a hot spot for international cable investment.

Our team is looking forward to getting the latest updates on cable projects, data centers, and the overall state of the market at Subsea Americas 2019. It's happening December 11-12 in Washington, DC.

50 Years Ago Today the First Message Was Sent Over the ARPANET

It's a big day in internet history.

On October 29, 1969, Professor Len Kleinrock and his team of graduate students at UCLA sent the very first message over a network of computers that would eventually become the internet.

The State of Intra-Regional Connectivity in Latin America

How does Latin America connect? How does this connectivity affect regional prices? And what role does the United States play?

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.