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The geopolitical struggle between China and the U.S. has had a major impact on the submarine cable industry.
Many cables have experienced regulatory delays, and governments are seeking to influence the routing of new cables and the choice of cable suppliers.
Are we headed into a future with two separate networks—one U.S.-backed and the other China-backed?
For this year's Submarine Networks World keynote session, TeleGeography Research Director Alan Mauldin will focus on the tangible effects this so-called “Subsea Cold War” is having on network deployment, interconnection hubs, and capacity pricing.
After a three-year dip, the pace of cloud region expansion is accelerating, with close to 50 planned regions in 2023 and beyond. Asia is the global leader with the most cloud data centers—more than the U.S. and Europe combined—with key infrastructure projects to watch.
Join TeleGeography Senior Research Manager Patrick Christian and Ciena's Brian Lavallée on Tuesday, September 12 at 11:00 a.m. ET for a live discussion covering the latest data on Asian cloud data centers.
It's always exciting to see submarine cable conversations happening in industries outside of telecom.
TeleGeography Research Analyst Lane Burdette was recently invited to the Institutional Real Estate, Inc. Podcast to talk about subsea cable infrastructure, the companies involved, investment opportunities, and the future of the industry.
ICYMI, last week we kicked off our Know Before You Go broadcast series with a behind-the-scenes look at Datacloud USA 2023.
TeleGeography Principal Analyst Erik Kreifeldt joined the live stream to prepare attendees for the conversations they can expect at the conference.
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With conference season right around the corner, we’re kicking things off this Thursday. Our first broadcast will be all about Datacloud USA 2023, and you're invited.
Last year, New York City removed its last public payphone. This action marked the end of an era, but a new one has already unfolded.
Our July list of recommended reads touches on the latest iteration of LinkNYC, submarine cables, a fresh TeleGeography presentation, and … butter.
CommsUpdate—our free daily summary of major telecom news around the world—has been jam-packed with red-hot headlines this year.
Now that we're more than halfway through 2023, let's look back at our most popular stories of the year. From Starlink expansion to a legal battle in South Sudan, these five stories have garnered the most attention since January.
There are a lot of acronyms used in the telecommunications space, and it can be tough to keep them straight.
Thanks to TeleGeography's new acronym cheatsheet, you don't have to.
Mixing up FTTC, FTTN, and FTTP, for example? NBD, we've got you covered.
If you're a regular here on the TeleGeography blog, you've likely noticed that we round out each month with a list of telecom reading recommendations.
This month, we have more of a watching recommendation. That's because the recording of Research Director Alan Mauldin’s Namex Annual Meeting 2023 presentation—focused on Italy's Role in Global Network Expansion—is now available.
Alan first sets the stage with a breakdown of international bandwidth demand growth by region. Between 2018 and 2022, Europe grew at a compounded annual rate of about 41%.
This number implies that every two years, there is a complete doubling of all the bandwidth that links the countries within Europe, and other countries into Europe.
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