Lessons Learned From Season 4: Podcast Recap, Part 2


By Kristin LeeMay 9, 2023


In honor of the upcoming fifth season of TeleGeography Explains the Internet, we’re running you through the highlights of all 25 episodes from Season 4, five at a time.

Revisit part one to watch clips on energy conservation in the fiber optic space, the resurgence of satellite, the changing nature of technology, and more.

Episode 406
The Variety of Opportunities of Connectivity

Michael Wynston, Director of Network Security Architecture & Automation at Fiserv, explains how fabric providers fit into the context of the traditional WAN. Full episode ▶️

Episode 407
Is Automation Looking To Replace Humans?

Jeremy Villalobos, COO of Orchest (formerly known as GoldConnect), clears up an automation misconception. Full episode ▶️

Episode 408
How Can the Enterprise Program the Network?

Pascal Menezes, CTO of MEF, digs into enterprise automation. This interview ties in perfectly with Episode 407. Full episode ▶️

Episode 409
The Digital Divide: It's Not Just a Rural Issue

James “Jim” Capuano, CEO of Horizon, lays out the problem with the digital divide. Full episode ▶️

Episode 410
“We're Past the 2020 COVID Spike”

Patrick Christian, TeleGeography Senior Research Manager, highlights the major 2022 trends he saw in the world of global internet geography. Full episode ▶️

Season 5 will be here before you know it.

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Greg Bryan

Greg Bryan

Greg is Senior Manager, Enterprise Research at TeleGeography. He's spent the last decade and a half at TeleGeography developing many of our pricing products and reports about enterprise networks. He is a frequent speaker at conferences about corporate wide area networks and enterprise telecom services. He also hosts our podcast, TeleGeography Explains the Internet.

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Patrick Christian

Patrick Christian

Patrick Christian is a Senior Research Manager with TeleGeography. He heads the Cloud and WAN Research Service. He also focuses on 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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