WAN Summit

All the Buzz from WAN Summit London 2016

This week we completed another brilliant WAN Summit in London, welcoming corporate WAN strategists and service providers to connect with suppliers, customers, and peers.

We don't want anyone to feel left out. Here are some quick highlights from the Twitterverse.

Carriers Review Their Network Roadmaps, Examine Customer Needs

Enterprise customers' expectations of their network are changing.

5 Takeaways From WAN Summit Singapore

The WAN Summit Singapore brought together a diverse group of players from the enterprise WAN space September 20-21, 2016.

Buyers and providers of enterprise network services dove into case studies, panel discussions, and roundtable conversations, sharing ideas and addressing some of the biggest issues facing those working in international enterprise networks.

TeleGeography at WAN Summit London

Greg Bryan, TeleGeography's Senior Manager of Enterprise Research, will chair our 4th annual WAN Summit London October 18-19, presented by Capacity Conferences and TeleGeography.

A Funny Thing Happened On Our Way to WAN Summit Singapore

And just like that, our first WAN Summit Singapore is in the books.

The Best Tweets from WAN Summit Singapore

This week was big. We put another WAN Summit in the books, taking the show to Singapore for the first time ever.

TG Interview: Taking the WAN Summit to Singapore

After a successful three-year run in New York and London, next week the TeleGeography team heads to Singapore for the first-ever WAN Summit Singapore.

Meet TeleGeography @ WAN Summit Singapore

The countdown is on. Greg Bryan, TeleGeography's Senior Manager of Enterprise Research, will chair the inaugural WAN Summit Singapore September 20-21, presented by Capacity Conferences and TeleGeography.

At the WAN Summit, insiders discuss the latest enterprise network design trends and the business demands that shape today's hybrid WAN strategies.

[Webinar]: Challenges and Opportunities for the WAN in Asia and the Pacific

In an exclusive sneak peek of our inaugural WAN Summit Singapore, TeleGeography's Greg Bryan hosted a webinar on August 23.

Greg touched on some of the most important questions faced by corporate network managers in Asia and the Pacific. If you manage a network in Asia and the Pacific or work closely with a team there - and you have 30 minutes - this webinar is essential listening.

SD-WAN: Intuit Offers a Case Study in How to Manage the Migration

While the potential benefits of incorporating software defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) are clear, there is no single migration path. At the WAN Summit New York, Intuit Principal Network Architect Manish Gupta offers lessons from his organization's experiences adopting SD-WAN and how they transformed their network architecture. Or in Gupta's own words: “I think we know why we’re moving there... But the question is: How are we getting there?”