Capacity Europe 2023—happening October 17-19 in London—is prepped and ready to bring together the global digital infrastructure universe once again.
Need a little preparation yourself?
The geopolitical struggle between China and the U.S. has had a major impact on the submarine cable industry.
Many cables have experienced regulatory delays, and governments are seeking to influence the routing of new cables and the choice of cable suppliers.
Are we headed into a future with two separate networks—one U.S.-backed and the other China-backed?
For this year's Submarine Networks World keynote session, TeleGeography Research Director Alan Mauldin will focus on the tangible effects this so-called “Subsea Cold War” is having on network deployment, interconnection hubs, and capacity pricing.
ICYMI, last week we kicked off our Know Before You Go broadcast series with a behind-the-scenes look at Datacloud USA 2023.
TeleGeography Principal Analyst Erik Kreifeldt joined the live stream to prepare attendees for the conversations they can expect at the conference.
Love attending conferences but hate not knowing what to expect?
Enter Know Before You Go, an all-new broadcast series—powered by JSA and TeleGeography—that prepares viewers for the conversations, topics, and trends discussed at the top digital infrastructure industry conferences around the world.
With conference season right around the corner, we’re kicking things off this Thursday. Our first broadcast will be all about Datacloud USA 2023, and you're invited.
Last month, the TeleGeography team joined scores of ICT infrastructure professionals in National Harbor, Maryland for International Telecommunications Week.
One of the many topics discussed was price erosion in Latin America. The main trend likely comes as no surprise: prices keep falling. But there is nuance to how price erosion is occurring in different markets.
Let’s explore the context in more detail.
It's all happening April 25-27 at the Grimaldi Forum, located on the seafront of Monaco's eastern beach quarter, Larvotto.
The TeleGeography team might know them as Research Director Alan Mauldin and Vice President of Research Tim Stronge: colleagues, analysts, and submarine cable enthusiasts.
But an entire universe of SubOptic attendees know them as something entirely different: the Telecom Mythbusters.
Capacity LATAM 2023 is happening March 14-15 in São Paulo. And you just might see a familiar face on the agenda.
Senior Research Analyst Peter Wood will be sharing his expertise in a subsea panel discussion on March 14.
Next month, Senior Research Manager Paul Brodsky will be taking part in a subsea-focused panel at Capacity Middle East.
This panel, titled Competing Visions, will cover network upgrades vs. network modernization, supply chain implications that have affected the industry during covid times, and what this all means for subsea architecture in the Middle East.
The dates for the next Pacific Telecommunications Council Annual Conference have been released.
We'll be live from Honolulu January 15-18, 2023, and dream team Brianna Boudreau, Jon Hjembo, and Alan Mauldin are already gearing up for TeleGeography's annual telecom trends workshop.