Our friends at the WAN Summit are gearing up to welcome the WAN community back to their annual London summit. It's all happening live and in-person on September 28 in Londontown.
Here's the long and short of it: Africa leads the globe in international bandwidth growth. (You can read more of our sublime global bandwidth findings over here.)
With a lightning-fast growth rate and eight new cables in the works, this is an emerging market with network infrastructure projects to watch. So when it comes to bandwidth in Africa, we have a lot to talk about.
The enterprise WAN is increasingly built on an underlay, using various transport services from a variety of providers. So it's more crucial than ever to understand the footprint geography of your carriers, ISPs, NaaS providers, and cloud service providers.
We've got you covered. On Thursday, June 17 we're assembling a team of experts for a morning roundup of all things cloud and WAN geography.
There's plenty happening along the critical Europe-East Asia subsea route.
Senior Manager Jon Hjembo recently treated the Transport Networks Russia & CIS Conference to a virtual presentation on all things Europe-East Asia backbone transport, highlighting big developments and persistent trends in the region.
Surging demand for bandwidth and higher quality end-user experiences— of both the human and droid variety—continues unabated. This trend puts intense pressure on ICPs and network operators to maximize submarine network spectral and returns on limited submerged assets.
Join Ciena’s Brian Lavallée and our own Alan Mauldin on May 4 at 11 a.m. ET for a live discussion on this topic.
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.
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.
Over the last year we've learned a lot about internet middle mile—that mysterious space between the office and the cloud.
Our team looked closer at what happens between core backbone and local access. We explored provider types, cloud connectivity, and adoption use cases.
And we can't wait to share our findings.
The data center sector rose to the challenge of 2020.
This was Jon Hjembo's opening message during his review of the interconnection sector during PTC '21.