Live from Ohio, it's Tuesday night.
Yup. We're sneaking in a LIVE episode of TeleGeography Explains the Internet this week.
In August we were pumped to join a meeting of the OH Network User Group at the fabulous BrewDog hotel and brewery in Columbus, Ohio. If you're not familiar with the Network User Association, they're worth checking out.
Take it from their website: the (US)NUA is a national association whose members are professional network engineers who can't wait to unbox that new router. Our members are industry luminaries who know where the technology is headed and where it's been, lovers of all things networking!
The Ohio chapter kindly agreed to let me do a live version of my talk about how enterprise WANs are changing and what the implications of those changes are for network costs.
I brought lots of WAN data, fielded tons of questions, and very much enjoyed the networking vibes in Ohio. You can listen to my whole presentation below.
Full disclosure, we're definitely not in the sound booth for this episode. We taped it live and you'll get some extra audience noise in your headphones, but I like to think that just makes you feel like you were there!
From This Episode
- How Common SASE Products Are Being Offered
- Episode 501: Are These WAN Sourcing Trends Real or Just Hype?
- Eight Enterprise Products, Explained
- How the Cost of Network Ownership Can Change Over Time
- SD-What? A Quick Explanation of What SD-WAN Is and How It’s Deployed
- Episode 425: Surveying the WANscape
Greg is Senior Manager, Enterprise Research at TeleGeography. He's spent the last decade and a half at TeleGeography developing many of our pricing products and reports about enterprise networks. He is a frequent speaker at conferences about corporate wide area networks and enterprise telecom services. He also hosts our podcast, TeleGeography Explains the Internet.