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Operators in Australia and New Zealand get glimpse of post-pandemic broadband
Broadband World News  
3/2/2021   Post a comment
Broadband operators can expect higher upstream traffic post-COVID, even as downstream returns to previous levels.
Australian broadband wholesaler NBN has nowhere to go on pricing
Broadband World News  
2/16/2021   Post a comment
NBN Co is reviewing prices – but won't make structural changes for at least two years, disappointing retail service providers.
Podcast – The Divide: Dr. Nicol Turner Lee on the 'digitally invisible'
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2/11/2021   Post a comment
This week: Brookings Senior Fellow Dr. Nicol Turner Lee on what she learned on her ten-city tour investigating the digital divide in the US.
Pressure builds for FCC to bring back net neutrality rules
Jeff Baumgartner  
2/9/2021   Post a comment
Network neutrality advocates want the FCC to open a proceeding to reinstate broadband as a Title II service amid a pandemic that has amplified the need for broadband connectivity, particularly for low-income households.
Operators weigh next-gen network moves
Broadband World News  
2/4/2021   Post a comment
Faced with an evolving competitive landscape, Schurz Broadband Group is debating whether to upgrade its HFC networks to next-gen DOCSIS technologies or to push ahead with FTTP.
Charter to spend $5B on rural broadband expansion
Broadband World News  
2/1/2021   Post a comment
Charter plans to hire 2,000 contractors and employees to facilitate the buildout, but says speed of deployment hinges on pole-permitting and other 'external factors.'
Comcast added nearly 2M more broadband customers last year
Broadband World News  
1/29/2021   Post a comment
The cable provider also added another 246,000 Xfinity Mobile lines in Q4 2020, as broadband and mobile wins helped offset pay-TV subscriber losses.
Google Fiber ramps reach of 2-Gig service
Jeff Baumgartner  
1/27/2021   Post a comment
Expansion of new $100 per month service to Atlanta and Utah follows earlier rollouts in Nashville and Huntsville.
BBWN Bites: Pop goes Loon
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1/22/2021   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Outgoing FCC chair releases 'confounding' report; SHLB announces policy agenda; Rogers ranked 'most consistent' by Ookla.
Podcast – The Divide: Pew's Anna Read on state efforts to close the gap
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1/21/2021   Post a comment
This week: Anna Read, research officer with the broadband research initiative at The Pew Charitable Trusts, discusses ongoing challenges to broadband access and how state programs and public-private partnerships are making a difference.
Charter yanks petition to drop ban on data caps
Jeff Baumgartner  
1/20/2021   Post a comment
Large US cable operator has dropped an FCC petition to put an early end to condition that bans Charter from implementing usage-based data policies and cutting paid peering deals.
BBWN Bites: 2.2 billion children, youths lack Internet at home – report
Broadband World News  
1/15/2021   Post a comment
Also in today's roundup: UK gets Starlink; US House Democrats demand answers from ISPs; Wisconsin and New York governors share broadband proposals at 'State of the State.'
Gigabit market on pace for continued growth in 2021 – report
Broadband World News  
12/23/2020   1 comment
A new report from Omdia projects growth for the global gigabit market next year but warns providers to prioritize reliable service over ultra-high speeds.
Broadband gets $7B in new COVID-19 relief bill
Broadband World News  
12/21/2020   1 comment
The funding includes a $3.2 billion emergency broadband benefit for anyone laid off or furloughed during the pandemic.
US ISPs add 1.32M subs in Q3 2020
Jeff Baumgartner  
12/16/2020   Post a comment
Cable once again led growth in the quarter, but a top industry analyst expects the rate of broadband sub growth to slow in 2021.
CommScope launches cable network upstream booster
Jeff Baumgartner  
12/14/2020   Post a comment
New transmitter and receiver support 'high-split' upgrades that raise the HFC network's upstream capacity to 204MHz, setting a path for cable operators to deliver symmetrical 1-Gig on DOCSIS 3.1 networks.
Mediacom sues West Des Moines over Google Fiber deal
Jeff Baumgartner  
12/11/2020   Post a comment
Cable operator alleges that the city council improperly used taxpayer-backed bonds to build a multi-million conduit network for the exclusive use of Google Fiber.
Verizon and CFU lead as Frontier and AT&T lag the field in online gaming
Jeff Baumgartner  
12/10/2020   2 comments
New PCMag study shows which ISPs – both big and small – are tops in latency and jitter performance.
RDOF round one: Winners and losers
Jeff Baumgartner  
12/8/2020   Post a comment
Auction results were 'quite bad' for incumbent telcos as Charter and SpaceX cleaned up, analyst says.
Comcast extends COVID-19 commitments through June 2021
Jeff Baumgartner  
12/7/2020   Post a comment
Cable op will continue to provide 60 days of free access to new Internet Essentials customers, along with free access to 1.5 million public Wi-Fi hotspots through mid-2021.
Comcast to go national with broadband cap
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/23/2020   Post a comment
Cable operator is bringing its usage-based residential broadband data policies and unlimited data option to the northeast, where it grapples with Verizon's cap-free Fios service in certain markets.
BBWN Bites: Q3 saw most broadband gains since 2009 – report
Broadband World News  
11/20/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Viasat bets on European broadband; Nokia intros 25G PON; signs of broadband boost under President-elect Biden.
Podcast: What's the story with satellite broadband?
Broadband World News Video  
11/17/2020   Post a comment
This week: Jeff Baumgartner on the state of satellite broadband and what differentiates existing competitors.
Subs on 1-Gig speed tiers spike in Q3 – OpenVault
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/16/2020   Post a comment
Power users – those who chew up at least 1 terabyte per month – are also on the rise.
BBWN Bites: Microsoft, ODI intro digital divide challenge
Broadband World News  
11/13/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: TIM reaches 3,000 with ultrabroadband; CityFibre and Openreach make fiber progress; AT&T teams with Connected Nation to connect students.
NCTC, Adtran strike FTTP deal for indie cable ops and telcos
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/12/2020   Post a comment
Partnership gives Adtran additional exposure to small and midsized cable operators and telcos as they tap FTTP for network upgrades, greenfield buildouts and, potentially, RDOF-related projects.
Community broadband gets a boost on the ballot
Broadband World News  
11/10/2020   Post a comment
Voters in two major US cities were in favor of municipal broadband programs, opening the door to more local competition for ISPs.
Shaw unleashes 1.5 Gig on HFC
Jeff Baumgartner  
11/9/2020   Post a comment
Canadian cable op says new 'Fibre+ Gig 1.5' tier is geared for content creators and 'super streamers' that are also looking to connect a bunch of devices in the home.
BBWN Bites: East beats West in US for broadband – report
Broadband World News  
10/30/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Starlink to connect Texas school district; FCC earmarks $9B for mobile broadband; one third of UK households overpay for broadband.
Starlink arrives for some beta customers – report
Broadband World News  
10/27/2020   Post a comment
The satellite Internet service from SpaceX appears to be offering speeds of 50 Mbit/s to 150 Mbit/s for $99 per month.
BBWN Bites: US counties unite on 'broadband task force'
Broadband World News  
10/23/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: 'ReConnect Program' commits over $560M in second round broadband grants; Verizon, AT&T celebrate broadband subs; Virgin Media, Google bundle up.
Fiber fuels AT&T's broadband growth in Q3
Jeff Baumgartner  
10/23/2020   Post a comment
Additions of 357,000 FTTP subs offset DSL and IP 'non-fiber' losses in the period.
European telcos talk full-fiber bottlenecks
Broadband World News  
10/21/2020   Post a comment
As more regions commit to supporting full-fiber broadband, some telcos are raising issues with obstructions in their paths.
Podcast: Telefonica targets fiber expansion
Broadband World News Video  
10/19/2020   Post a comment
Light Reading's Iain Morris and Kelsey Ziser discuss highlights from last week's BBWF event, including Telefonica's approach to fiber buildouts.
BBWN Bites: Wisconsin taps communities for broadband pilot
Broadband World News  
10/16/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: FCC announces qualified applicants for RDOF; Ofcom investigates BT; NAO says no to UK 2025 fiber target.
DZS gets amped for RDOF
Jeff Baumgartner  
10/15/2020   Post a comment
Meanwhile, Starlink, Hughes and Viasat, along with a batch of cable operators, have come through as qualified bidders for the RDOF sweepstakes.
Hitting the DOCSIS 'sweet spot'
Jeff Baumgartner  
10/14/2020   Post a comment
Cisco's John Chapman analyzes the options available to cable operators as they consider how to proceed with DOCSIS 3.1 today and, later, with DOCSIS 4.0.
BBWN Bites: Google Fiber 'plants the speed' in Des Moines
Broadband World News  
10/9/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Starlink nearly ready for public beta; USPS suggests it could support rural broadband; FCC to update its incorrect maps; California urges broadband action.
New report adds to doubt about UK's 2025 FTTP target
Broadband World News  
10/7/2020   Post a comment
UK think tank says the government will miss its 2025 full-fiber rollout target if it doesn't make 'significant policy reform.'
'Project Overcome' seeks new ways to close digital divide
Broadband World News  
10/6/2020   Post a comment
With $1.945 million in NSF funding, US Ignite launches 'Project Overcome' to accelerate broadband delivery to unserved and underserved communities.
AT&T is 'making the digital divide worse' – report
Broadband World News  
10/5/2020   Post a comment
New report from the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) calls out AT&T for 'digital redlining.'
BBWN Bites: House adds broadband plans to HEROES Act
Broadband World News  
10/2/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Cable One's stake in MBI; high valuations for rural broadband; Starlink plays recovery role; Belgium gets more fiber.
AT&T looks to lure fiber subs with new pricing, unlimited data
Jeff Baumgartner  
10/2/2020   1 comment
Updated pricing on unbundled AT&T Fiber service also bakes in unlimited data and enters the picture after top exec proclaims there's an 'easy path' for AT&T to consider expanding its fiber footprint.
Podcast: What's the story with Starlink?
Broadband World News  
9/30/2020   Post a comment
As Starlink preps for commercial launch, here's what we know about the satellite service and how it will (and won't) disrupt the broadband industry.
Cox commits millions to help bridge online education gap
Jeff Baumgartner  
9/29/2020   Post a comment
Cable op launches 'Cox CARES Act Solution for Education' along with pledge to spend $60 million over the next year to support digital learning.
BT says FTTP builds must double to meet gov. target
Broadband World News  
9/28/2020   Post a comment
Fulfilling the government's goal of connecting the entire UK by 2025 will require additional fiscal and legislative action, says BT.
BBWN Bites: Study shows Starlink's shortcomings
Broadband World News  
9/25/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: NBN's fiber pivot; Virgin goes for 2 Gbit/s; old TV causes broadband wipeout.
Truespeed treats 50 schools to 'free broadband for life'
Broadband World News  
9/23/2020   Post a comment
The company announced today that it will provide 50 rural English schools with free 'ultrafast broadband' of 200 Mbit/s speeds, forever.
Virgin Media looks to double broadband speeds with 'Gig 2'
Broadband World News  
9/22/2020   Post a comment
The UK operator's 'Gig 2' trials delivered a service of 2.2 Gbit/s: about 34 times the country's average connection speed.
BBWN Bites: Openreach keeps reaching
Broadband World News  
9/18/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: Mississippi subpoenas AT&T; record-setting broadband growth for Comcast; TalkTalk study says workers more productive at home.
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