SubOptic Asks Us Something


Our information is powered by a group of superstars who stay and breathe telecom.

So when SubOptic—the nonprofit group of undersea communications fanatics recognized for his or her triennial cable convention—has questions, TeleGeography specialists are able to reply the decision.

During the last yr, TeleGeography Mythbusters Alan Mauldin and Tim Stronge have been fielding questions solely on SubOptic’s member platform.

Immediately we’re providing you with a peek at our newest Q&A.

SubOptic Asks TeleGeography: Satellites vs. Cables

What is the standing of the good satellites vs. cables debate? Are satellites on the trail to creating subsea cables out of date? Alan tackles these two questions in beneath two minutes.


SubOptic Asks TeleGeography: Why Construct Extra Cables?

Why will we maintain constructing extra submarine cables if current cables can nonetheless be upgraded? This is among the mostly requested questions that we get and Alan has a solution prepared.


SubOptic Asks TeleGeography: Why Are Costs Falling?

In accordance with primary financial principle, as demand goes up, value goes up.

Why is not the value of submarine cable capability going up as demand soars? Tim dives into the reasoning behind this conundrum with a metaphor straight out of the backyard.


Hungry for extra?

SubOptic members get entry to those movies early.

And as a member, you possibly can ask our specialists questions by way of the platform. It is type of like having a telecom analyst in your pocket. 


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