When it comes to broadband subscriber growth, Iliad lost out badly in the third quarter.
Australia's national broadband network is under growing pressure on the technical and commercial sides.
Orange is already one of Europe's high-speed broadband pioneers, and it expects connectivity to get much faster in the next two years.
Middle Eastern operator to phase out lower-speed offerings in gigabit push.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
11:00 a.m New York/ 4:00 p.m. London
5G promises connectivity 10 to 100 times faster than 4G networks, with latencies less than 1msec, making real-time applications such as tactile Internet useable over mobile networks for the first time. However, mobile operators will need to deploy ten times as many radio sites, each with highly reliable plug-and-go multi-gigabit connections, to achieve that level of performance.
In this UBB2020 webinar, Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown and ADTRAN's Ryan McCowan will:
ARCHIVED | January 12, 2017, 10am EST
NG-PON2 broadband access technology is already in trials with multiple major network operators but is it too early for the commercial deployment of this next generation ultra-broadband technology? In this UBB2020 live radio show, ADTRAN's Kurt Raaflaub provides an update on NG-PON2 developments and chats to Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre about how this technology could play a role in production access networks in 2017.
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