With summer season in full swing, issues are heating up—actually.
Like information facilities.
Our July checklist of really useful reads touches on overheating information facilities within the UK, an enormous broadband outage in Canada, new submarine cables coming to Africa, and extra.
UK information facilities can’t deal with the warmth
As our associates within the UK attempt to keep cool by way of unseasonably excessive temperatures, information facilities are doing the identical.
On this piece, Community World breaks down some cooling-related failures and repair disruptions skilled by Oracle and Google Cloud clients.
Rogers blames huge broadband outage on core community replace
And talking of disruptions, earlier this month, Rogers Communications suffered a community outage that took down fastened and cellular communications throughout Canada.
The trigger? A community system failure following a upkeep replace.
Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, Fortinet High WAN Safety Distributors, TeleGeography Finds
Need to reveal a few of our newest WAN Supervisor Survey findings, like what number of WAN managers applied at the least one component of ZTS and SASE on their firm’s networks in 2021?
Take a look at the article linked above.
Google, Meta cables will probably be ‘game-changers’ for Africa
Whereas used worldwide bandwidth has considerably elevated in Africa in recent times, the area has been suffering from submarine cable faults.
However assistance is on the way in which, with eight new cables deliberate to assist scale back the influence of those faults and improve provide. And two of those cable techniques—deliberate by Meta and Google—are prone to be game-changers for African telecoms.
Expectations for India’s Used Worldwide Bandwidth
Our analysis signifies that India’s used worldwide bandwidth is anticipated to develop at a compounded annual price of 38% between 2021 and 2028.
This price of progress implies worldwide bandwidth demand will improve 10 instances over this era. Hold studying for insights from Analysis Director Alan Mauldin and Senior Analysis Supervisor Brianna Boudreau.
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