TeleGeography news stories
India's used international bandwidth to grow 38% from 2021 to 2028
TeleGeography says India is experiencing an influx of investment in its data centers due to its significant market potential and relaxed policies and regulatory environment.
SD-WAN pricing falls significantly in line with new consumer trends
A new global study by TeleGeography has revealed that the pricing of SD-WAN has significantly fallen, and competitive cost and focus on monitoring features have driven a change in preferences.
Global mobile calling traffic declines for the first time in ever
New research finds international call traffic declined by 7% in 2020 and that the downhill trend continues from 2015 after only a slight increase in 2020 at the start of the pandemic.
Submarine Cable Projects
Submarine cable investments to reach $8bn, TeleGeography map shows
"The 2021 map illustrates a market that’s experiencing more deployments. Over the last decade, we’ve seen content providers ramping up investments to meet global demand for their services."
SD-WAN grows in popularity during time of COVID-19
"The pandemic caused enterprises across the globe to really re-evaluate their operations and seek new ways to improve performance and efficiency."
TeleGeography releases data center benchmark tool
“Network designers and managers need to take a lot of factors into consideration such as office proximity, cost and connectivity. This can be a very timely and costly process without the right tools.”
Zero trust security gaining momentum as a cybersecurity model
The model is centred on the belief that organisations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters and instead must verify anything trying to connect to its systems before granting access, according to CSO.
Vocus inks deal with Alcatel Submarine Networks for the Australia Singapore Cable
The project is a 4,600km submarine cable system linking Australia to Singapore and Indonesia.
Internet stuck in five-year traffic jam
International internet traffic quadruples over five years thanks faster broadband speeds and an online video boom.