Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 4/9/2021
Also in this roundup: 'Connect New Mexico Act' becomes law; Altice USA and Morris Broadband become one; C-Spire releases rural broadband report; T-Mobile teams with Open Dutch Fibre.
Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 4/8/2021
The knives have come out in a fight over government money meant to fund the construction of broadband networks in rural areas.
Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 4/8/2021
While it still doesn't boast any major customers, netElastic Systems is starting to assemble a group of smaller operators around the world for its carrier NFV products.
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Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 4/8/2021
This week, Scott Willis, CEO of DartPoints; and Bruce Garrison, chief revenue officer of Bluebird Network, on their connectivity work in rural Iowa and the collaboration required to tackle the digital divide.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 4/7/2021
The speed performance of Starlink, SpaceX's budding satellite broadband service, has been inconsistent of late, according to a recent batch of Ookla Speedtest data.
Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 4/7/2021
If you have been wondering what the post-pandemic landscape will look like for broadband providers, you are not alone.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 4/6/2021
Minim is the first DOCSIS cable modem supplier to achieve CableLabs certification for a model that supports a fresh set of low-latency features that are now part of DOCSIS 3.1 as well as the new DOCSIS 4.0 specifications.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 4/6/2021
WideOpenWest (WOW) has begun to alert customers in the Chicago area that the competitive cable operator will start to impose data caps and usage-based broadband policies starting in June.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 4/5/2021
US cable operators and other wired broadband service providers likely won't have to fret too much about SpaceX's Starlink in the coming years. But the emerging satellite broadband service is poised to play a significant role in providing service in rural US areas alongside opportunities in the much larger global market, according to one analyst study.
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Josh Hirschey, General Manager, Amphenol Broadband Solutions and Mette Brink, General Manager, Amphenol Procom & Amphenol Antenna Solutions EMEA & APAC, , 5/7/2020
The need to stay ahead of the technology curve is integral to developing networks that can meet or exceed the bandwidth demand of consumers. Within the broadband industry, we've seen first-hand the approach leading equipment providers have taken, which is to acquire companies that will help fill product or service voids and absorb them into their ...
Broadband World Forum Perspectives
As the Senior Digital Experience Strategist at Canadian operator Rogers Communications, Lindsey Omelon build on her years of marketing experience to approach her strategy with a hybrid ...
There's certainly no shortage of hype around the use of AI in the telecoms sector, but fewer instances of real-world deployments. South Korean national operator KT is one of those ...
Do a Google search of 'artificial intelligence broadband' and you'll get more than 9 million results in less than a second: The sheer volume of content out there shouldn't surprise anyone ...
Comcast, like any other major communications service provider, is undergoing significant changes in the way it grows its business, how it runs its business and the technologies it uses to ...
Five years ago, NOS board member Manuel Ramalho Eanes banked big on smart homes and smart cities.
All Broadband World Forum Perspectives
Thursday, December 17, 2020
12:00 p.m. New York / 5:00 p.m. London

Today’s access network architecture is under mounting pressure due to a continued surge in the number of connected devices, a proliferation of bandwidth-intensive customer applications and dramatic shifts in usage patterns related to the pandemic, such as work-from-home and e-learning.

Learn why now is the right time for cable operators to build greenfield networks or expand their existing networks with 10G PON, arming customers with high-speed symmetrical broadband. Gain a clear understanding of the drivers impacting the access network and the various approaches being considered to deliver higher speed services. Plus, find out the best practices that operators are employing as they leverage the latest in passive optical technology to future-proof their networks.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Node + 0 (Fiber Deep)
  • DOCSIS 3.1, DOCSIS 4.0 (FDX/ESD)
  • FTTP and 10G PON
  • Provisioning 10G PON within a DOCSIS B/OSS environment

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