Kristin Lee

Kristin is TeleGeography's Content Marketing Manager.

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Introducing the 2024 Africa Telecommunications Map

If you liked last week's Submarine Cable Map reveal, you'll be stoked to hear that we've got another new map up our sleeve.

Meet the 2024 Africa Telecommunications Map.

Flashback Friday: Submarine Cable Repair in the 1980s

If you've read over our Submarine Cable Frequently Asked Questions, you know that cable faults are common. On average, there are over 100 each year.

Of course, as a society heavily dependent on these cables, we've gotten quite good at repairing them.

But what was the repair process like a few decades ago? How were we fixing cables back in the era of the Walkman?

Time for a trip down memory lane.

This Is Not a Drill: The 2024 Submarine Cable Map Is Here

Meet the latest addition to our map repertoire, the 2024 Submarine Cable Map.

Sponsored by Telecom Egypt, this handsome new edition explores global connectivity from the sea to the cloud, depicting 559 cable systems and 1,636 landings that are currently active or under construction.

See You in São Paulo: Capacity LATAM 2024

If you haven't already marked your calendar for Capacity LATAM 2024, be sure to block off March 12-13.

Why Do You Need a New Network Security Posture?

“Enterprises have shifted connectivity to the internet, mostly with DIA. This changes the security environment away from private MPLS to the best-efforts public internet.”

Last week, Senior Manager of Enterprise Research Greg Bryan joined Ciena's Brian Lavallée for a live webinar all about submarine cables and security.

For his part, Greg described how the enterprise network has shifted in the last few years, how carriers and enterprises have responded to these changes, and why geography matters in network security.

The State of the Network in 2024

Another lap around the sun, a new TeleGeography State of the Network Report—a tradition we’ve kept since 2017.

No seven-year itch for us, though; we’re just getting started. As the world of telecommunications continues to turn, each edition brings even more to report on than the last.

A Free Map a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Note: Our January promotion has ended, but you can still win a free map!
Click here to answer this month’s trivia question.

Securing Communication Services Over Submarine Cable Networks

We're kicking off 2024 with a free webinar, and it's all about submarine cable security.

Join TeleGeography’s Greg Bryan and Ciena's Brian Lavallée on Wednesday, January 17 at 11:00 a.m. ET right from your desk, or couch, or favorite café.

Watch Now: The Cloud Under the Sea

If you caught Research Director Alan Mauldin’s Submarine Networks World presentation this year, then you know how well-versed he is in submarine cable geopolitics (and in cable knowledge in general).

So you shouldn’t be surprised to see Alan sharing his expertise throughout ABC News’ exciting new submarine cable documentary, The Cloud Under the Sea.

This hour-long program “uncovers the shadowy world of telecommunication sea cables.” Watch it below.

Know Before You Go: An Inside Look at PTC ’24

As 2023 comes to a close, we’re one step closer to PTC ’24—and TeleGeography's annual workshop on all things telecom.

Next month, Brianna Boudreau, Jon Hjembo, and Tim Stronge will return to the PTC stage to share insight on the last year in pricing, interconnection, submarine cables, bandwidth, and more.

After chronicling the impact of global supply chain disruptions in our 2023 session, it’s time to assess whether we’re back to normal, and what the new normal is.