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Recent Insider Postings
Webinar: Trans-Pacific Submarine Cable Market Update
April 15, 2015
This presentation from TeleGeography and Ciena’s 2015 webinar series provides an overview of the Trans-Pacific submarine network market. Topics covered include international network capacity, trends in transport and IP transit pricing, and the impact of new coherent technologies and network architectures on existing networks.
Presentation: PTC 15 International Market Trends Workshop
January 18, 2015
This presentation by TeleGeography analysts Tim Stronge, Jon Hjembo, Erik Kreifeldt and Stephan Beckert highlights TeleGeography’s latest findings on the global wholesale and enterprise networks market.
PaleoTeleGeography: Statistics of Telegraphy
October 14, 2014
This text, first published in 1872, provides a compilation of detailed statistics on telegraphy costs and traffic, including information on international and interior telegraphy traffic, effects of telegraphy tariffs, and the development of telegraphy and submarine cables laid since 1850.
Article: Ethernet’s Price Advantage Over SDH Increases with Capacity
February 13, 2014
Ethernet private lines provide a flexible, cost-effective alternative to legacy SDH/SONET technologies. Although SDH has endured for quite some time, comparing service prices suggests a distinct advantage for Ethernet, particularly at higher capacities.