Driving Competition in the Middle East Subsea Market

Capacity Middle East looks a little different this year. And not just because the program includes even more virtual presentations and panels.

The 2021 agenda outlines events from late March through May, leading up to the onsite event in Dubai.

TeleGeography is glad to again be a Capacity Middle East partner. You can tune in to catch our team during the online event proceedings, where we'll be sharing some of our newest insights on the region.

The Art of Zen and Network Monitoring

Look alive. Our latest episode of the WAN Manager Podcast is all about network monitoring.

It's Time for Regional Trends in Latin America

Capacity LATAM is back for 2021. And Senior Analyst Anahí Rebatta is already prepping her popular annual presentation on regional trends.

Join us for a special pre-event rundown of the Latin America market, including new subsea developments.

Tour the Data Behind Our Latest Global Internet Map

Step right up. Today we're touring TeleGeography's latest Global Internet Map. (For your safety, please keep your hands, arms, and legs inside the vehicle at all times.)

SmartNICs, Explained

Most of our listeners are probably familiar with network interface cards (NICs, if you're savvy). But what about SmartNICs?

Virtual Event: The WAN Evolution Meets the Cloud Generation

We like to keep our readers up to speed on virtual events and conversations that might be of interest. So mark your calendar for April 8 at 11 a.m. EDT/8 a.m. PDT, because we're teaming up with our friends at Netskope to host a discussion on the WAN evolution.

Deal-Making Down Under: Oceania's Wave of Telecom M&A

Earlier this month, Australian telecom group Vocus accepted a $2.7 billion (AUD3.5 billion) takeover offer from a consortium comprising Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets and the pension fund Aware Super. 

The deal is the latest in a series of Oceania-focused telecom takeovers.

SD-WAN Adoption is on the Rise

With the release of our latest WAN Manager Survey results comes new SD-WAN insight.

In short? The number of enterprises deploying SD-WAN increased significantly between 2018 and 2020.

The Tortoise and the Fiber Pair

A new subsea cable between Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands leads our list of telecom stories this month.

Expected to be ready for service by 2022, it's not just tortoises who will enjoy improved capacity. The project will "provide significant benefits for tourism, scientific research, education, and commerce in the region."

New WAN Manager Survey Results Show MPLS is Holding Strong

Technology such as SD-WAN, migration to the cloud, and the sudden surge of remote and distributed work have upended the modern WAN.

The composition of the underlay, flow of traffic, end points of workers, and security postures are all undergoing a massive shift. Like the protagonist in Canadian power trio Rush’s hit “Tom Sawyer,” WAN managers are realizing that “changes aren’t permanent, but change is.”