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Vice President of Research

TeleGeography , Inc.

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TeleGeography , Inc.

One Thomas Circle NW Suite 360

Washington, District of Columbia 20005

United States

Company Description

About TeleGeography: Washington, D.C.-based TeleGeography, Inc. is the authoritative source for international telecom statistics and analysis. An independent subsidiary of Band-X Ltd., TeleGeography publishes reports, databases, and maps used by thousands ... more

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Background Information

Education

B.A.

College of William & Mary

B.A.

College of William and Mary

Master's degree

International Economics

John Hopkins University

MasterĀ“s degree

International Economics

Johns Hopkins University

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Tim Stronge, a researcher at Telegeography, claimed that "mishaps snap cables about 100 times a year" whereas sabotage is "pretty unusual and pretty dangerous."

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Stronge explains, "What really happened was the cable was mislaid and it was too taught between the mountains and valleys of the ocean floor. It had nothing to do with sharks."
Stronge says rumors have a tendency to grow around the ill-understood cables and, in response to a recent incident in which three Egyptian men were arrested for cutting a cable, shares his worries that "people will now just assume that there are saboteurs across the coast of Alexandria."


Tim Stronge, a researcher at ...

www.hainingnetcom.com [cached]

Tim Stronge, a researcher at Telegeography, claimed that "mishaps snap cables about 100 times a year" whereas sabotage is "pretty unusual and pretty dangerous."

...
Stronge explains, "What really happened was the cable was mislaid and it was too taught between the mountains and valleys of the ocean floor. It had nothing to do with sharks."
Stronge says rumors have a tendency to grow around the ill-understood cables and, in response to a recent incident in which three Egyptian men were arrested for cutting a cable, shares his worries that "people will now just assume that there are saboteurs across the coast of Alexandria."


Tim Stronge, a researcher at ...

www.hainingnetcom.com [cached]

Tim Stronge, a researcher at Telegeography, claimed that "mishaps snap cables about 100 times a year" whereas sabotage is "pretty unusual and pretty dangerous."

...
Stronge explains, "What really happened was the cable was mislaid and it was too taught between the mountains and valleys of the ocean floor. It had nothing to do with sharks."
Stronge says rumors have a tendency to grow around the ill-understood cables and, in response to a recent incident in which three Egyptian men were arrested for cutting a cable, shares his worries that "people will now just assume that there are saboteurs across the coast of Alexandria."


Tim Stronge, a researcher at ...

www.hainingnetcom.com [cached]

Tim Stronge, a researcher at Telegeography, claimed that "mishaps snap cables about 100 times a year" whereas sabotage is "pretty unusual and pretty dangerous."

...
Stronge explains, "What really happened was the cable was mislaid and it was too taught between the mountains and valleys of the ocean floor. It had nothing to do with sharks."
Stronge says rumors have a tendency to grow around the ill-understood cables and, in response to a recent incident in which three Egyptian men were arrested for cutting a cable, shares his worries that "people will now just assume that there are saboteurs across the coast of Alexandria."

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