The Super Bowl of Internet Hubs: What Modern Networking Has in Common With the NFL

We’ve posed the question "where is the internet" to our experts before. And we’ve gotten a good answer: internet hubs exist where internet operators exchange traffic.

Talkin' Telcos at Telecoms World Asia 2018

If you're on the conference circuit, we've got another event to add to your list. Telecoms World Asia is happening March 19-20 in Bangkok.

A New Look Inside International Wholesale Services

Many retail service providers—mobile operators, MVNOs, and cable broadband providers—rely heavily on wholesale carriers to transport and terminate their customers’ international calls.

With the recent update to the TeleGeography Report and Database, we know that wholesale carriers terminated approximately 363 billion minutes of traffic in 2016, down four percent from 2015.

Return of the Rise of the Apps

According to our TeleGeography Report and Database, 2015 marked a turning point in the international voice market—the first time since the Great Depression that international call traffic declined, even if only by one half percent. However, the slump in voice traffic metastasized in 2016, as carriers’ traffic slumped 4.5 percent to 528 billion minutes.

What to Expect at Submarine Networks Europe 2018

Conference alert for submarine cable enthusiasts: Submarine Networks Europe is happening February 20-21 at the Hilton Tower Bridge in London.

Five Things You Didn’t Know About the UK MVNO Market

What are the world's most competitive MVNO markets? What do they look like? MVNO Monday Editor Tom Leins decided he was going to take a closer look. First up: Tom explores MVNOs in the United Kingdom.

144,000 Gigabits, 8,000 Miles: Reading Up on the Pacific Light Cable Network

The Pacific Light Cable is coming and it's going to break some records. IEEE Spectrum Magazine has a good article out about the "ongoing transformation of the submarine fiber-optic cable network" and how this cable is part of the puzzle.

We're also sharing stories about high-frequency trading, the facts behind attacking submarine cables, and Europe's broadband sector. 

Changing Faces: An Overview of Europe’s Broadband Sector

The market for fixed broadband internet access in Europe has changed course.

[Watch Webinar] Moving the Shannon Limit: New Submarine Cables for Increased Capacity and New Services

The submarine networking industry is getting ever closer to the Shannon limit, the theoretical maximum capacity that can be reliably transported over a submarine cable.

Global Real Estate Services Business Builds for the Future With SD-WAN

Cushman & Wakefield is a 100-year-old, privately-held real estate services business. It reached its current size through a series of mergers and acquisitions–activity that meant its network was a mishmash of services from different providers.