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It is with much enthusiasm that Telecom Egypt is recommending the services of TeleGeography. Like so many others, it was TeleGeography’s stunning Submarine Cable Map that first caught our attention. Others have attempted to replicate this map, but none have been able to fashion a resource as accurate, data-packed, and beautiful as TeleGeography’s annual edition.
The difference is that TeleGeography’s map is informed by decades of data collection and analysis—the same data that fuels their network research reports and databases. And their relationship with cable industry insiders means that all TeleGeography maps include the best information.
This is why Telecom Egypt has proudly sponsored several TeleGeography maps. We wanted to put our name on one of the most trusted telecom resources. This sponsorship opportunity and others have given us increased exposure to the peers and customers that we need to reach.
It's been years since Orange began using Telegeography's data and analysis.
Take it from the team at Orange: "We trust the accuracy of their analysis and the data they provide. But even more, we appreciate their expertise on voice, IP transit, and, bandwidth. Telegeography helps us on a day-to-day basis to anticipate the evolution of the telecom market thanks to the solid insights and forecasts they provide. We truly enjoy this fruitful and strong collaboration."
TeleGeography knows submarine cables. In fact, our experts curate the most complete source of data and analysis about subsea network service providers, supply, demand, and costs that you can find.
The team at Ciena knows this. As a global supplier of telecommunications networking equipment, software, and services, our data is a big part of their workflow.
“Our work is deeply informed by the state of the undersea cable market,” says Ciena Senior Director of Portfolio Marketing Brian Lavallee. “That means good data about the state of this market—from intel on providers to pricing trends—is invaluable. That’s why we use TeleGeography data and partner with their experts year after year.”
More information is better.
That’s why Telxius leans on TeleGeography for the most complete source of data and analysis about the submarine cable market and long haul networks.
TeleGeography data brings the most important market trends to life—from the way content providers are rewriting everything we know about the market to the massive price erosion that’s reverberating through the industry. This information is more than a few lines on a chart to Telxius—it’s the opportunity to make the best, most informed business decisions.
"When our team needs to think strategically about pricing trends and market forecasts, TeleGeography's IP transit pricing data and bandwidth forecasts are a must," says Rafael Castell, Product Marketing Manager at Telxius.
As a global ICT company, PCCW Global works with enterprises of all sizes. And when they need data and analysis on long-haul networks or intel on internet capacity, they know where to look.
TeleGeography has tracked the market for long-haul networks and submarine cables since 1999. Our data illustrates how content providers are rewriting everything we know about the market. This is just the kind of information that PCCW Global has used to become a trusted partner of service providers around the world.
“We need up-to-date and reliable data from the entire market to help us make better business decisions,” says Mike van den Bergh, Chief Marketing Officer, PCCW Global. “We’ve been working closely with TeleGeography for many years, and they have provided us with valuable information when we’re forecasting, pricing, planning, and investing in our network. This information is important to us and helps ensure we provide the best experience, value and service to our global customer base.”
In a dynamic submarine cable industry, we can’t predict the future.
But good data can point us in the right direction.
That’s why Global Cloud Xchange has been a longtime user of TeleGeography’s global bandwidth data. Our detailed forecasts of international bandwidth supply, demand, prices, and revenues are as close to a crystal ball as you can get.
As a major player in enterprise solutions, it’s vital that Global Cloud Xchange have their finger on the pulse of undersea networks. “Good data can make all the difference,” says CEO Bill Barney. “We’re connecting markets all over the world. We own the world’s largest private undersea cable system. We couldn’t do that without the best, most comprehensive data on global bandwidth.”
"Our responsibility to drive synergies across our six digital telcos in multiple geographies has only been made easier with TeleGeography," says the Axiata team.
Axiata quickly discovered the power of TeleGeography research during their business planning cycles—especially when it came to identifying market drivers and growth trends in key countries.
"TeleGeography reports on IP/data businesses were particularly valuable in helping us shape the strategies of projects," the team added. "Not only are we benefiting from their valuable data, but we’ve also drawn upon the expertise of TeleGeography’s analysts and industry experts through different touchpoints."
As a global fixed-line operator and ICT services provider, HGC invests in long-haul global networks to enhance network diversity and expand their global footprint.
When it comes to market forecasts, planning, and pricing, TeleGeography provides HGC with comprehensive, in-depth analysis of the global submarine cable market.
"This valuable data not only enables us to maximize our resource utilization to meet the market demand but also ensures more robust end-to-end network services for our global customers. This includes the fast-growing Southeast Asia market, which is important to us,” says Cliff Tam, Vice President, Global Data Strategy, International Business of HGC Global Communications.
“My respect for TeleGeography comes from not only their research, but also from their privacy and transparency,” says Edgar Mosti, Chief Executive Officer, Fermaca Networks.
“The beauty of TeleGeography is that they present their findings honestly with no filter. They have been an amazing guide throughout my career and I greatly value their undisputed truths of where forward curves of demand are truly going to be.”