TeleGeography, a unique telecommunications market research company, has launched its Internet Middle Mile research service for enterprises all over the world. This is the first kind of service, which profiles middle mile providers and breaks down their offerings from TeleGeography’s expert market understanding.
“As global enterprises become more reliant on the cloud, middle mile services are going to be the next major topic of interest,” said Erik Kreifeldt, Principal Analyst at TeleGeography. “We’re keen to provide enterprises with the information they need to understand the space that so critically connects workforces to their applications.”
By definition, internet middle mile is the space between the office and the cloud. Therefore, a new network provider’ class has arisen, aiming to improve connectivity between these spaces.
The Internet Middle Mile research service by TeleGeography includes full profiles of 28 vendors, involving Cloud Service Providers, Internet Exchange Providers, Colocation and Managed Network-Based SD-WAN Services, Transport Providers, and Overlay Providers. Profiles detail the vendor’s core features, cloud partnerships, connectivity options, geography, security offerings, and market stance. Companies throughout the globe benefit from a clearer understanding of middle mile services and how they can select the best provider for their specific business needs.
“Middle mile is a relatively new segment of the market, and one that we’re uniquely qualified to analyze at TeleGeography,” said Kreifeldt. “We’re giving enterprises everything they need to understand what these providers offer, how they do it, and what’s happening between the core backbone and local access.”
TeleGeography experts spent the last year analyzing this market segment.
By exploring different types of providers, cloud connectivity and adoption use cases, its Internet Middle Mile research service and team of experts assist companies in finding the best strategies for application performance, multi-cloud connectivity, and agile procurement and provisions.