TeleGeography Releases Internet Middle Mile Research Service for Enterprises
TeleGeography has released its unique Internet Middle Mile research service for enterprises across the globe.
FREMONT, CA: TeleGeography, a telecommunications market research and consulting firm, releases its unique Internet Middle Mile research service for enterprises worldwide. The service is one of the first of its kind, which profiles middle mile providers and breaks down their offerings from TeleGeography's unique expert understanding of the market.
As global enterprises become more dependent on the cloud, middle-mile services will be the next significant topic of interest. The company is keen to offer enterprises the information they require to understand the space that critically connects workforces to their applications. By definition, the internet middle mile is the space between the office and the cloud. A new class of network providers has evolved, aiming to streamline connectivity between these spaces.
TeleGeography’s Internet Middle Mile research service includes full profiles of 28 vendors, comprising Cloud Service Providers, Colocation and Internet Exchange Providers, Managed Network-Based SD-WAN Services, Overlay Providers, and Transport Providers. Profiles detail the vendors’ core features, security offerings, cloud partnerships, geography, connectivity options, and market stance. Enterprises benefit from a clearer understanding of middle-mile services and how they can select the best provider for their specific requirements.
The middle mile is a relatively new segment of the market and uniquely qualified to analyze at TeleGeography. The company is giving enterprises everything they need to understand what these providers offer, how they do it, and what is happening between the core backbone and local access. By exploring provider types, cloud connectivity, and adoption applications, its Internet Middle Mile research service and experts' team assist enterprises in finding the best strategies for application performance, agile procurement and provisions, and multi-cloud connectivity.
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