Search Results


In: post

Submarine Cables Add Resilience But Paths Still Matter

Last month, I had the honor of opening the second day of the Submarine Networks World 2013 conference at the Marina ...

Read More
In: post

ACE Submarine Cable Cut Impacts Ten Countries

The ACE (African Coast to Europe) submarine cable runs along the west coast of Africa between France and South Afric ...

Read More
In: post

2017 Internet Intelligence Roundup

With 2017 drawing to a close, year-end lookbacks litter media and the blogosphere like so many leaves on the ground. ...

Read More
In: post

Puerto Rico’s Slow Internet Recovery

On 20 September 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico.  Two and a half months later, the island is stil ...

Read More
In: post

Breaking the Internet: Swapping Backhoes for BGP

The term “break[ing] the Internet” has taken hold over the last few years – it sounds significant, and given the rol ...

Read More
In: post

Telecom Heroics In Somalia

Internet service in and around Mogadishu, Somalia suffered a crippling blow recently as the East African Submarine S ...

Read More
In: post

The Threat of Telecom Sabotage

Earlier this week, an article in New York Times captured the world's imagination with the prospect of secret Russian ...

Read More
In: post

Iran: Latest Nation to Host Critical Global Internet Infrastructure

As crippling economic sanctions are poised to be lifted by the United States, Iran is starting to emerge from its is ...

Read More
In: post

Internet for the Next 3 Billion

Last month, I traveled to Doha, Qatar to participate in the ITU’s Telecom World conference. While there I got to und ...

Read More
In: post

Dyn Research: The Authority on Global Internet Performance

Over the past six months we have been in the forefront of the news on global Internet events. We take a non-sensatio ...

Read More