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Power beneath the surface

Innovations in the subsea cable market are being driven by the bandwidth-hungry content sector. Guy Matthews considers their impact.

03 December 2019 | Guy Matthews


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    20 Security and Anti-Fraud Solutions

    04 December 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

    According to the most recent report from the GLF, 80% of carriers cite fraudulent traffic management as a “strategic” or “top priority”. This among other things has highlighted the increasing need among carriers for robust security products and agile solutions.

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    Battling fraud into the future

    04 December 2019 | Gareth Willmer

    Fraud is growing as a concern throughout the businesses of wholesale carriers, but they need to stay aware to deal with a constantly shifting landscape.

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    The GLF CBN: Where automation meets settlement

    04 December 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

    The ITW Global Leaders’ Forum is due to publish its whitepaper on the Communications Blockchain Network (CBN), Capacity investigates.

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    What will next-gen submarine cable architecture look like in 2020?

    04 December 2019 | Geoff Bennett

    The demand for submarine cable capacity is soaring. For the period 2015-2019, submarine fibre design capacity on major routes has increased at a CAGR of 32%, including upgrades and new system builds. Can we build new cables fast enough? Should we try to squeeze more capacity out of existing cables? If we do build new cables, can we increase the capacity beyond what is possible today?

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    Investors bet on US metro fibre market

    03 December 2019 | Abigail Opiah

    As Metro Fibre and small cells solidify their place in the limelight. The natural progression is to highlight its glamorous side, which is where investors should pump their cash into. Abigail Opiah reports.

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    Digital’s New Era

    03 December 2019 | João Marques Lima

    Over the last 24 months, Digital Realty has broken the record for the largest data centre M&A deal twice. The company has, in the past ten years, invested nearly $23BN in such transactions throughout its world dominance quest, double the closest rival Equinix. Is it enough? João Marques Lima searches for the answer.