Ebbs and flows: Subsea versus edge

In the midst of the two-day event that was Capacity Asia 2020, a topic was raised that led to a much bigger question in need of answering.

26 February 2021 | Natalie Bannerman

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    South America and the neighbours to the west

    26 April 2021 | Natalie Bannerman

    From fibre and satellites to towers and subsea, Capacity’s Natalie Bannerman dives into the markets along South America’s west coast, to see how its digital transformation is progressing.

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    Africa’s 700 data centre target

    12 April 2021 | Abigail Opiah

    It is no secret that Africa needs more data centres. The continent is still limited by lower internet penetration rates when compared to the world, despite the fact that the market is steadily emerging. But just how much more infrastructure is desirable? Abigail Opiah finds out

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    On a new path

    22 March 2021 | Melanie Mingas

    Four years and three Prime Ministers since the referendum, and the UK is no longer an EU member state. From new regulations to the CMA and the investment potential in Dublin, Melanie Mingas takes a look at the impact

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    HyperOne: Big, bold and way overdue

    17 March 2021 | Melanie Mingas

    Bevan Slattery’s HyperOne is billed as the first true private national fibre backbone project to connect Australia. Introducing Project HAM

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    Environmentally conscious investors push the need for data centre green bonds

    16 March 2021 | Abigail Opiah

    There is a growing community of investors that have social and environmental priorities in their investment thesis, which is pushing the explosion of green bond issuances. 

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    Open sesame for mobile radio networks

    11 March 2021 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    Five of the world’s largest telecoms groups have announced an accelerated programme to implement open 4G and 5G this year. Alan Burkitt-Gray looks at why the field has suddenly opened up