We're Heading to the Second City for 2017 International Telecoms Week


By Jayne MillerApr 14, 2017


TeleGeography will be at International Telecoms Week in Chicago May 14-17, 2017.

This year, you can find us in room G434 on the Gold Level of the East Tower at the Hyatt Regency. Stop by to speak with our analysts, review TeleGeography's newest research, or schedule a private meeting.

To arrange a meeting, contact your account manager or fill out our meeting request form here.


There's more good news. We're partnering with Telecom Egypt to provide every ITW participant with a copy of our 2017 Submarine Cable Map, which will be included in all delegate bags.

You can catch a sneak peek of this year's design above.

We'd like to thank our generous sponsor Telecom Egypt for making this map possible.


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Patrick Christian

Patrick Christian

Patrick Christian is a Principal Analyst with TeleGeography. He heads the Cloud and WAN Infrastructure research service. He also focuses on West African and European markets specializing in international bandwidth markets and internet infrastructure, WAN services, terrestrial and submarine cable systems, and international voice traffic analysis.

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Paul Brodsky

Paul Brodsky

Paul Brodsky is a Senior Analyst at TeleGeography. He is part of the wholesale network, internet, and voice research team. His regional expertise includes Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

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Erik Kreifeldt

Erik Kreifeldt

Principal Analyst Erik Kreifeldt tracks the global market for enterprise and wholesale network services and co-chairs the WAN Summit conference series on corporate wide-area network management. Before joining TeleGeography in 2006, Erik was an optical networking industry analyst with RHK, following editorial roles at industry publications including the Optical Society of America, where he covered the first commercial DWDM systems.

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Anahí Rebatta

Anahí Rebatta

Anahí is a Senior Analyst at TeleGeography. As part of the infrastructure team, she heads the Global Internet Geography research service. Her regional focus is on Latin America and the Caribbean.

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