Conferences

The Reemergence of Mexican Subsea

After decades without new routes, several new cables landing in the Gulf have been announced, with more undoubtedly on the way.

These new routes will provide additional international capacity, reduce dependence on a limited number of terrestrial crossings, and build resiliency in international connectivity.

But what's driving this reemergence of Mexican subsea?

Examining APAC’s Hyperscale Network at Capacity Asia 2022

Good news: APAC's most senior connectivity conference is back and ready to deliver holistic insight into digital infrastructure developments and trends.

We're talking about Capacity Asia 2022, which will be held November 29-December 1 in Singapore.

More good news: TeleGeography’s own Research Director Rob Schult will be making an appearance.

Rob will be featured in a keynote panel focused on how the bond between subsea and data centers is stimulating APAC’s hyperscale network.

Telecoms World Asia Is Back in Bangkok

Telecoms World Asia—the region's premier conference focused entirely on Asian telcos—will be back in action November 2–3, 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Attendees can expect thorough discussions on the future of telco networks, 5G roll out progress, the digitization of customer services/processes, and more.

Gloomy Economic Indicators… Scary Future for the Subsea Cable Industry?

Some pretty ominous headlines have been circulating around the world lately regarding the risk of a global recession and the ongoing threat of inflation.

At TeleGeography, we've received several questions about how these economic indicators could impact the submarine cable industry.

In particular, people are curious to know if slowing economic growth impair international bandwidth demand growth on subsea cables. And will inflation lead to rising international bandwidth prices?

Explore the Future of the Digital Infrastructure Network

With Capacity Europe 2022 less than a month away, it’s time to get excited for Europe’s largest telecom networking conference.

This year’s event—centered around the future of the digital infrastructure network—will be held October 18-20 in London.

And to make a great thing even better, TeleGeography’s own Research Director Rob Schult will be among the list of speakers.

A 2022 Update on African Network Geography

Last week, Senior Research Manager Patrick Christian shared an African network geography update with the African Peering and Interconnection Forum.

Patrick's keynote showcased fresh TeleGeography data with a look at global bandwidth trends, followed by a deeper dive into African network trends.

If you weren't among the audience in Kigali, you can still catch the recording below.

Economic Indicators and the Future of the Submarine Cable Industry

Economies around the globe are facing sluggish growth prospects and rapidly escalating prices.

But have you considered what various macroeconomic indicators can tell us about the direction of the submarine cable industry?

TeleGeography Research Director Alan Mauldin has—and he'll be talking about it next month at Submarine Networks World.

The State of the WAN in 2022

Live from New York, it's the WAN Summit!

On Tuesday, June 21, WAN Summit New York will be live and in-person to cover the full spectrum of WAN management.

And you may see a familiar face on the agenda—TeleGeography’s Senior Manager of Enterprise Research (and Podcast Host Extraordinaire) Greg Bryan will be in attendance.

Two Truths and a Lie: Submarine Cable Edition

In honor of Subsea World 2022 happening next month, let's play two truths and a lie: submarine cable edition.

One of these three statements is false:

Next Stop, Düsseldorf: The WAN Summit Returns to Germany

After a two-year hiatus, the WAN Summit is back in Germany and making its grand return to a live, in-person format.

The new event, WAN Summit Düsseldorf, will revolve around four major themes: SD-WAN, cloud services, underlay networks, and SASE.