When you’re a daily right here on the TeleGeography weblog, you have seemingly seen that we spherical out every month with a listing of telecom studying suggestions.
This month, we now have extra of a watching suggestion. That is as a result of the recording of Analysis Director Alan Mauldin’s Namex Annual Assembly 2023 presentation—targeted on Italy’s Position in World Community Enlargement—is now obtainable.
Alan first units the stage with a breakdown of worldwide bandwidth demand progress by area. Between 2018 and 2022, Europe grew at a compounded annual charge of about 41%.
This quantity implies that each two years, there’s a full doubling of all of the bandwidth that hyperlinks the nations inside Europe, and different nations into Europe.
Alan goes on to elucidate why Europe is a serious world networking hub and which areas are closely targeted on Europe for interregional connectivity.
His presentation then switches gears to discover Italy’s present community ecosystem, pertaining to noteworthy developments like growing variety in Italian cable landings, rising funding in Italian submarine cables, and extra.
Hit the play button under to take all of it in.
However that is not all we now have to share this month.
In an interview with DatacenterDynamics, Analysis Analyst Juan Velandia talks about connectivity and the State of the Community.
Watch the complete session in Spanish under.
This Monetary Occasions article gives a complete have a look at the present state of affairs between the U.S. and China.
Alan is featured right here, too, together with a plethora of cool visuals made with TeleGeography knowledge.
If you would like to be taught extra on how current geopolitical tensions are affecting telecoms, you have come to the best place. The TeleGeography crew simply tackled two associated questions on our weblog.
Geopolitical battle has actually affected the cable business within the final 4 years, however have the U.S. and China’s networks truly disconnected?
VP of Analysis Tim Stronge conducts a sequence of disconnect checks to seek out out.
In the previous few years, Huawei, ZTE, and different Chinese language tools suppliers have come beneath growing scrutiny attributable to alleged hyperlinks with the Beijing authorities, elevating severe safety considerations for Western powers.
Following the U.S. authorities’s ban on Chinese language 5G expertise, China-based distributors now face issues elsewhere.
The European Union (EU) is contemplating an outright ban of Chinese language tools throughout Europe’s 5G networks. Analysis Analyst Pete Bell has the complete scoop.
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