We just wrapped up the fourth season of our podcast, TeleGeography Explains the Internet.
After three seasons focused primarily on the WAN, Senior Manager/Podcast Host Greg Bryan spent the last few months more broadly exploring the global business of connectivity with a wide range of guests.
A lot of ground was covered. In fact, if you were to binge the whole season at once, it would take around 20 hours to listen through all 25 episodes.
While that would be very impressive, we've made a highlight reel with bite-sized clips to help you catch up. Stay tuned as we work our way through the season, five episodes at a time.
Reducing Power Consumption in Fiber Optics
Dr. Michael Lebby, CEO of Lightwave Logic, speaks on saving energy in the fiber optic space. Full episode ▶️
Jim Poole, Vice President of Business Development at Equinix, takes a moment to define MEC. Full episode ▶️
Retail Banking Infrastructure Story Time
Waheed Adam, Global Board Director of the Mobile Ecosystem Forum and Executive Chairperson at iTouch Messaging Service, tells a story about mobile adoption as infrastructure in Africa. Full episode ▶️
Are Satellites Competition for Cables?
Dr. Peter Wood, TeleGeography analyst and resident satellite guy, talks about how satellite is having a bit of a resurgence. Full episode ▶️
Phil Gervasi, Director of Technical Evangelism at Kentik, discusses the changing nature of technology. Full episode ▶️
Season 5 will be here before you know it.
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