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Comment: bridge - Ariella - 10/18/2017
Comment: Tools - freehe - 10/16/2017
Comment: Giants - freehe - 10/16/2017
Comment: Left Out - freehe - 10/16/2017
Comment: Re: Rollout - freehe - 10/16/2017
Comment: Re: Rollout - freehe - 10/16/2017
ADTRAN 10G-EPON Virtual R-OLTs Bridge Old & New Worlds
Alison Diana  
10/16/2017   1 comment
ADTRAN's 10G-EPON virtual R-OLTs deliver DOCSIS provisioning of EPON (DPoE), native software-defined network (SDN) integration and remote outside plant packaging, helping MCOs on their path to automation.
Comment: Re: Rollout - DonBrowne - 10/15/2017
Comment: Re: Refocusing/pivoting - freehe - 10/15/2017
Comment: Re: Refocusing/pivoting - freehe - 10/15/2017
Comment: Networks - freehe - 10/15/2017
Comment: Failures - freehe - 10/15/2017
Comment: Re: Not all bad news? - afwriter - 10/13/2017
Comment: Re: Forward Thinking - afwriter - 10/13/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - Commisio44354 - 10/13/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - Joe Stanganelli - 10/13/2017
Comment: TIP & OCP - Joe Stanganelli - 10/13/2017
Comment: u are good - beanbags - 10/13/2017
Hey, Webscale Giants: Collaboration Beats Disruption
Alison Diana  
10/12/2017   3 comments
Webscale companies' $2.5 billion investment in communications technologies last year pales in comparison to established industry providers' $400 billion expenditures, and signals it's time for partnership, not oneupmanship.
Comment: Forward Thinking - dcawrey - 10/12/2017
Nokia Extends Virtualization Portfolio
Alison Diana  
10/11/2017   10 comments
Vendor offers new products for cable operators and communication service providers.
Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1 Amps Upstream Capabilities
Alison Diana  
10/11/2017   6 comments
CableLabs today revealed the specifications for Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1, which brings symmetric multi-gigabit services over existing hybrid fiber-coax technology and adds upstream capacity for operators.
Comment: Re: No use? - mhhf1ve - 10/10/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - Joe Stanganelli - 10/10/2017
Comment: Not all bad news? - mhhf1ve - 10/7/2017
Comment: Re: Rollout - mhhf1ve - 10/7/2017
Comment: Re: Rollout - Alison Diana - 10/6/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - mhhf1ve - 10/6/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - srufolo1 - 10/5/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - mhhf1ve - 10/5/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - srufolo1 - 10/5/2017
Comment: Re: No use? - dcawrey - 10/5/2017
Comment: Rollout - dcawrey - 10/5/2017
Comment: No use? - mhhf1ve - 10/4/2017
MSOs Increase Infrastructure Spend 25% Over 5 Years: Jeffries Report
Alison Diana  
10/4/2017   6 comments
Cable operators are making major capital investments designed to fully leverage DOCSIS 3.1 and drive additional, future subscriber growth away from competitors and into their coffers, a new report by Jeffries' George Notter determines.
Comment: Re: coverage - michelle - 9/30/2017
Comment: Re: Autotools - michelle - 9/30/2017
Comment: Re: Autotools - faryl - 9/30/2017

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