Jayne Miller

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Chasing Opportunity in the Data Center Market

What's happening right now in the interconnection market?

Jon Hjembo recently painted PTC 2020 attendees a picture.

The Middle East Under a "Macroscope"

Note: Capacity Middle East 2020 has been moved to September 2020. You can download Kate Reilly's presentation here.

When it comes to the Middle East, there's much to consider.

What impact will the 5G revolution have on business in the Middle East? As global capacity grows, how can the region capitalize? Are interconnection fees the key to attracting new cables? 

Our team is on top of it.

2020 Networks Update: How Much Growth is Too Much Growth?

We often think that growth is a good thing—that it's healthy for an industry.

But it's possible that it happens so fast that it could become a problem.

This is the scenario Tim Stronge laid out for PTC 2020 attendees as he answered the question: how much growth is too much?

The Telecom Matchups of 2020

Some classic matchups in this month's list of interesting telecom stories.

We have Bharti Airtel taking on Reliance Jio.

We have Huawei making 5G progress in Germany and India despite new U.S. efforts to keep the Chinese company on the bench. 

We've got drama. We've got intrigue. We've got new perspectives on satellite megaconstellations.

Keep scrolling to see what the TeleGeography staff is reading this month.

It's Great to be a Mobile Subscriber in India. For Now.

We've written our fair share about India's telecom landscape. And we're not the only ones keeping our eye on the cheapest mobile prices in the world.

The Washington Post recently explored the Indian telecom landscape. Their story details an industry at a crossroads, with major companies struggling to compete.

We've added it to our list of recommended posts, as well as a deep dive into how apps are tracking us, Slate's exploration of the internet "kill switch," and a profile on the UK's first all-fiber city.

The PTC 2020 Countdown Is On

Dearest readers: will we see you in Hawaii next month?

Our own Jon Hjembo,Brianna Boudreau, Tim Stronge, Alan Mauldin, Dave Eulitt, Shermaine Yung, and Robert Schult will be in Honolulu for the Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference happening January 19-22, 2020.

Naturally, our conference presenters Brianna, Jon, and Tim are bringing lots of research.

Sharing a Year's Worth of Telecom Data Around the Globe

As another year comes to a close, we're looking at where we've been in 2019. Quite literally, too.

This year, the TeleGeography team shared research around the globe, hitting six continents and more than 20 different countries.

MapHappy: All TeleGeography Maps 40% Through the End of 2019

Hello, Black Friday shoppers and Cyber Monday deal-seekers. (And other end-of-year shoppers finding this post during the holiday season.)

Our annual map sale has arrived.

Through the end of 2019 you can save 40% on our telecommunications maps by using the code MAPHAPPY, while supplies last.

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.