Building Resiliency for Submarine Networks: A Customer Perspective
TeleGeography's latest research on Latin America shows international bandwidth demand remains strong in the region with an ongoing surge in new submarine cable deployments. Content providers continue expanding their geographic reach across Latin America, as both owners and anchor customers of new submarine cable systems.
Join experts from Ciena, TeleGeography, and GlobeNet to learn how the submarine network market has been evolving with a specific focus on the growing South America region. We’ll also share insights from GlobeNet’s journey to strengthen their submarine network by improving overall resiliency.
- The addition of two cable systems connecting Argentina: Malbec and Tannat
- Architecture of the Malbec submarine network and the benefits of using GeoMesh
- The Curie cable—a first of its kind in the region—directly connects Chile and the U.S. with a branch to Panama
- EllaLink, the first South America-to-Europe cable built since the Atlantis-2 entered service in 2000
Senior Director of Portfolio Marketing with
global responsibility for Ciena’s 5G, Packet,
and Submarine networking solutions.
Research Analyst at TeleGeography
Optical Engineering Manager for GlobeNet