- Lane Burdette, Telegeography
Exploring the connectivity landscape; undersea, on land and in campus
Subsea cables form much of the infrastructure in which information is transported globally. While new projects continue to be announced and brought online there are many questions around what the cable landscape could look like in the future and what the drivers will be.
This broadcast will explore the current subsea cable landscape and what this could indicate about where the market is going, shifts in investment patterns and the latest technologies and looking at the drivers for new projects.
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State of the subsea cable market and what can we expect as we look towards 2025?–
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