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Comment: Re: Gamers v. Brokers - 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
Comment: Re: Front end - Commisio44354 - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Commisio44354 - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Commisio44354 - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Commisio44354 - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - afwriter - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Alison Diana - 6/22/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Alison Diana - 6/22/2017
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: CSPs Value - afwriter - 6/21/2017
Comment: Re: Front end - afwriter - 6/21/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - freehe - 6/19/2017
Comment: Fun Fact - j0nnyf1v3 - 6/19/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - batye - 6/19/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Ariella - 6/19/2017
Comment: Re: CSPs Value - Kevin J - 6/19/2017
Comment: Fiber - freehe - 6/18/2017
Comment: Re: Front end - freehe - 6/17/2017
Comment: CSPs Value - freehe - 6/17/2017
Comment: Front end - dcawrey - 6/17/2017
CSPs Pour More Value From the Pipe
Lynn Greiner  
6/16/2017   17 comments
The broadband industry has come a long way since the days when a pipe was just a pipe. Today operators and CSPs are coming up with bold new strategies to generate value – and revenue – from their infrastructure investments.
Verizon CNO: 'Fiber Is Sexy Again'
Alison Diana  
6/13/2017   14 comments
Fiber is going to be the backbone of the network of the future, Kyle Malady, senior vice president and chief network officer at Verizon Wireline, told Fiber Connect 2017 attendees in Orlando on Tuesday.
Comment: Re: What to do? - mhhf1ve - 6/13/2017
Comment: Too Many Cooks? - afwriter - 6/12/2017
Comment: Sunday In Paradise - DonBrowne - 6/12/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - afwriter - 6/12/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - batye - 6/9/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - mhhf1ve - 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: What to do? - Kevin J - 6/8/2017
Comment: Re: What to do? - DonBrowne - 6/8/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - DonBrowne - 6/8/2017
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: Hurry! - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - dcawrey - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Hurry! - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Tough questions - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Tough questions - batye - 6/4/2017
Comment: Re: Tough questions - batye - 6/4/2017
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.
ADTRAN CFO on Fiber, NG-PON2 & 5G
Alison Diana  
6/1/2017   1 comment
In a wide-ranging conversation, ADTRAN's top finance exec Roger Shannon discussed fiber's longevity, unifying legacy and open systems and the role of NG-PON2 in 5G.
Comment: Re: Interop - michelle - 5/31/2017
Comment: Re: Tough questions - Kevin J - 5/31/2017
Comment: Tough questions - michelle - 5/31/2017
How 'Softwarization' Changes the CSP Landscape
Anuradha Udunuwara  
5/31/2017   10 comments
Using softwarization -- including cloud, SDN and NFV -- as a basis for their transformative approach to tech and business, CSPs can evolve into digital service providers, writes Sri Lanka Telecom Senior Engineer Anuradha Udunuwara.
Comment: Re: Leaders - Ariella - 5/27/2017
Comment: Re: Leaders - Commisio44354 - 5/27/2017




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Global communications service providers continue to evolve their networks to deliver the user-driven service models and higher bandwidths demanded by consumers. At the same time, 5G densification initiatives are top of mind around the globe, with hundreds of thousands of 5G small cells needing an open, programmable and highly scalable access technology to fuel the growing demand for connectivity. As a result, 5G densification projects will demand fixed-access networks, supporting fronthaul, backhaul and crosshaul applications that provide:

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With the current maturation of 10G broadband technologies, and the heightened demand for high-speed fixed and mobile connectivity, 2017 is promising to be the year mass-market, multi-gigabit 10Gbit/s fiber services become commercially viable.

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