Conferences

Bandwidth Demand in a Pandemic

Next month, TeleGeography's Alan Mauldin virtually returns to Submarine Networks World. This means it's time for his annual presentation on the state of the submarine cable industry.

You can join live on November 3 at 21:00 (GMT+8).

TG Readers: Save on Your 2020 Telecoms World Asia Registration

Telecoms World Asia 2020 is again on the horizon. Carriers, operators, and suppliers from across the region will meet in Bangkok July 21-22. (Note that the dates have changed from March to July.)

The Decade Pricing Challenge

You've seen the decade challenge. Post a picture of yourself in 2010 and another in 2020. Compare. Contrast. See how far we've come. (Or reflect on a time lost, wondering aloud why youth is wasted on the young.)  

At PTC 2020, Brianna Boudreau thought it would be fun to do the same thing with TeleGeography's network pricing research. She came armed with data from our January 2010 workshop, as well as our latest and greatest analysis.

2020 Update: Bandwidth Demand in Latin America

Capacity LATAM 2020 is just around the corner; the annual conference is on our calendar for March 9-11 in São Paulo, Brazil.

You know what that means.

Anahí Rebatta is preparing to share insights on trends, growth drivers, infrastructure challenges, new cable projects, and opportunities in the region. (We picture her gearing up in a Rocky-inspired montage of data gathering, slide making, and running up large sets of stairs while "Gonna Fly Now" plays in the background.)

Chasing Opportunity in the Data Center Market

What's happening right now in the interconnection market?

Jon Hjembo recently painted PTC 2020 attendees a picture.

The Middle East Under a "Macroscope"

Note: Capacity Middle East 2020 has been moved to September 2020. You can download Kate Reilly's presentation here.

When it comes to the Middle East, there's much to consider.

What impact will the 5G revolution have on business in the Middle East? As global capacity grows, how can the region capitalize? Are interconnection fees the key to attracting new cables? 

Our team is on top of it.

2020 Networks Update: How Much Growth is Too Much Growth?

We often think that growth is a good thing—that it's healthy for an industry.

But it's possible that it happens so fast that it could become a problem.

This is the scenario Tim Stronge laid out for PTC 2020 attendees as he answered the question: how much growth is too much?

The PTC 2020 Countdown Is On

Dearest readers: will we see you in Hawaii next month?

Our own Jon Hjembo,Brianna Boudreau, Tim Stronge, Alan Mauldin, Dave Eulitt, Shermaine Yung, and Robert Schult will be in Honolulu for the Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference happening January 19-22, 2020.

Naturally, our conference presenters Brianna, Jon, and Tim are bringing lots of research.

Sharing a Year's Worth of Telecom Data Around the Globe

As another year comes to a close, we're looking at where we've been in 2019. Quite literally, too.

This year, the TeleGeography team shared research around the globe, hitting six continents and more than 20 different countries.

New Technologies, Telecom Trends on Display at Capacity Asia 2019

Capacity Asia 2019 is only a month away.

This year, regional experts will cover new technologies like 5G, blockchain, and network virtualization, as well as new markets like e-gaming. Naturally, our team will be on the scene to share our latest data and analysis on the region.