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Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - Kevin J - 6/23/2017
Comment: Re: Yes. - Alison Diana - 6/23/2017
Comment: Yes. - Kevin J - 6/23/2017
Comment: Re: Too Many Cooks? - freehe - 6/22/2017
Comment: Gaming Effects - freehe - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - freehe - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - freehe - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - Ariella - 6/22/2017
When Is Fiber Not Fiber?
Alison Diana  
6/22/2017   2 comments
Three British providers ask UK's advertising authority to stamp out 'misleading' use of fiber in promotions.
Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - batye - 6/21/2017
Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - Kevin J - 6/21/2017
Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - Ariella - 6/21/2017
There's Nothing Make-Believe About Virtual-Reality Revenue
Alison Diana  
6/21/2017   11 comments
The VR market could generate $48.5 billion by 2025 – but only if the underlying ultra-broadband network is powerful enough to support VR apps.
Comment: Re: Wow... - freehe - 6/18/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - freehe - 6/18/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - freehe - 6/18/2017
Comment: China World Leader - freehe - 6/18/2017
Comment: Re: Eliminating Steps - dcawrey - 6/18/2017
Comment: Re: Eliminating Steps - mhhf1ve - 6/18/2017
Comment: Re: Eliminating Steps - freehe - 6/17/2017
Comment: Re: steady roadmap..? - freehe - 6/17/2017
Comment: G.Fast Cert - freehe - 6/17/2017
Comment: Re: Eliminating Steps - batye - 6/17/2017
Comment: Re: Eliminating Steps - Ariella - 6/16/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - mhhf1ve - 6/14/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - Alison Diana - 6/14/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - mhhf1ve - 6/14/2017
Comment: Re: Eliminating Steps - mhhf1ve - 6/14/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - Alison Diana - 6/14/2017
Comment: steady roadmap..? - mhhf1ve - 6/13/2017
Broadband Forum Creates G.fast Certification Program
Alison Diana  
6/13/2017   13 comments
Designed to accelerate deployment by reducing operators' internal interoperability testing, the G.fast certification and a new G.fast Council mark the Forum's newest area of focus.
Comment: Re: What to do? - mhhf1ve - 6/13/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - mhhf1ve - 6/13/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - mhhf1ve - 6/13/2017
Comment: Re: Wow... - Ariella - 6/13/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - Kevin J - 6/13/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - batye - 6/13/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - mhhf1ve - 6/12/2017
Comment: Wow... - mhhf1ve - 6/12/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - afwriter - 6/12/2017
Comment: Too Many Cooks? - afwriter - 6/12/2017
China Mobile Goes All-Fiber With Nokia
Alison Diana  
6/12/2017   16 comments
China Mobile will deploy Nokia ONT gateways to more than 30 million homes across 29 provinces.
Comment: Sunday In Paradise - DonBrowne - 6/12/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - DonBrowne - 6/12/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - afwriter - 6/12/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - mhhf1ve - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - batye - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - mhhf1ve - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: Telecom - Ariella - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: Telecom - michelle - 6/9/2017
Spend Sunday Immersed in NG-PON2
Alison Diana  
6/9/2017   5 comments
The NG-PON2 Council Workshop on Sunday, June 11 features an afternoon of expert presentations on a wide array of NG-PON2 topics, a great way to kick off Fiber Connect 2017 in Orlando.
Comment: Re: What to do? - Alison Diana - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - batye - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - Alison Diana - 6/8/2017
Comment: Re: Go Google - Alison Diana - 6/8/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - Kevin J - 6/8/2017
Comment: Go Google - Kevin J - 6/8/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - DonBrowne - 6/8/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - DonBrowne - 6/8/2017
Google Fiber Pours Gigabit Ethernet Into Seattle
Alison Diana  
6/7/2017   9 comments
Google Fiber Webpass will soon offer 1 Gbit/s service for $60 per month to tenants of a 40-story residential building, with an anticipated 99 more Seattle buildings to follow this year.
Comment: Re: What to do? - Ariella - 6/7/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - batye - 6/7/2017
BT Sends CIOs to the Rescue
Alison Diana  
6/7/2017   4 comments
The British communications service provider created a team of super-CIOs that will work with government, defense and enterprise customers.
Comment: Re: Hurry! - afwriter - 6/6/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - Ariella - 6/6/2017
Comment: Consolidation - Kevin J - 6/6/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - Kevin J - 6/6/2017
Comment: What to do? - Kevin J - 6/6/2017
The Death of a Small ISP
Alison Diana  
6/6/2017   10 comments
The demise of Britain's TenTel demonstrates the challenges smaller ISPs, CSPs and operators face in today's consolidating industry, especially at a time they're charged with investing in new infrastructure and services.
Comment: Re: Hurry! - Ariella - 6/5/2017
Comment: Re: G.Fast - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: G.Fast - dcawrey - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - dcawrey - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: G.Fast - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Telecom - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Telecom - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Telecom - Joe Stanganelli - 6/2/2017
Comment: Re: Telecom - Joe Stanganelli - 6/2/2017
Comment: Hurry! - Kevin J - 6/2/2017
US: We're on the Road to Gigabit
Alison Diana  
6/2/2017   11 comments
Service providers' billions in investment start to pay off, as the US sees average broadband speeds increase 28% – but the nation is nowhere near gigabit-wide adoption.




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