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Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 3/23/2021
As part of a new data collection effort on broadband service and availability in the US, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is going right to the people for details on their experience.
Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 3/5/2021
Also in this roundup: CED releases broadband policy proposals; 2020 saw record growth for service providers; report shows 21% of US adults lack Internet; France sees "unparalleled" FTTH progress, says Arcep.
Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 3/3/2021
High costs and poor service have driven 12 million US households to cut the cord on their home broadband and go full mobile.
Robert Clark, , 3/2/2021
Broadband operators can expect higher upstream traffic post-COVID, even as downstream returns to previous levels.
Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 2/26/2021
Also in this roundup: West Virginia demands documents from Frontier; hopes are high for Starlink; Nextlink to expand in 11 states; Alaska Communications gets Xtreme.
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Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 2/22/2021
Comcast said it will hold off implementing data usage and capping policies in its Northeast division until 2022, a move that extends an earlier commitment to delay implementing those policies until July 2021.
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Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 2/12/2021
It's no secret that overall broadband data consumption has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a new study from OpenVault shows that "power users" - those who consume at least 1 terabyte of data per month - have almost doubled.
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Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 2/3/2021
Facing mounting pressure from lawmakers, Comcast has delayed charging broadband overage data fees in its Northeast division until July, per a set of commitments brokered by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 1/29/2021
Also in this roundup: Report urges full fiber for Europe; Chattanooga's Gig City brings in billions; Salt shows its speed; CenturyLink, Frontier fall short.
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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.
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