Lessons Gained From Season 4: Podcast Wrap-up, Part 1

We simply finished up the 4th season of our podcast, TeleGeography Describes the Web

After 3 seasons focused mostly on the WAN, Senior Citizen Manager/Podcast Host Greg Bryan invested the last couple of months more broadly checking out the international organization of connection with a vast array of visitors.

A great deal of ground was covered. In truth, if you were to binge the entire season simultaneously, it would take around 20 hours to listen through all 25 episodes.

While that would be really excellent, we have actually made an emphasize reel with bite-sized clips to assist you capture up. Stay tuned as we work our method through the season, 5 episodes at a time.

Episode 401
Decreasing Power Intake in Optical Fiber

Dr. Michael Lebby, CEO of Lightwave Reasoning, speaks on conserving energy in the fiber optic area. Complete episode ▶

Episode 402
What is MEC?

Jim Poole, Vice President of Service Advancement at Equinix, takes a minute to specify MEC. Complete episode ▶

Episode 403
Retail Banking Facilities Story Time

Waheed Adam, Global Board Director of the Mobile Environment Online Forum and Executive Chairperson at iTouch Messaging Service, narrates about mobile adoption as facilities in Africa. Complete episode ▶

Episode 404
Are Satellites Competitors for Cables?

Dr. Peter Wood, TeleGeography expert and resident satellite man, discuss how satellite is having a little a renewal. Complete episode ▶

Episode 405
Under the Underlay

Phil Gervasi, Director of Technical Ministration at Kentik, goes over the altering nature of innovation. Complete episode ▶

Season 5 will be here prior to you understand it.

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