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Content tagged with Smart Cities posted in September 2017
Democrats Push a 'Better Broadband Deal'
Alison Diana  
9/29/2017   43 comments
House and Senate Democrats propose a $40-billion investment to connect rural communities to ultra-broadband.
Orange Deploys Fiber to Jordan's Homes
Alison Diana  
9/28/2017   12 comments
Orange Jordan is deploying more fiber-to-the-home across the Middle Eastern kingdom of Jordan, looking to support the growing demand for online services in health, education, commerce and entertainment.
Techs Need New Tools for Next-Gen Networks
Alison Diana  
9/27/2017   17 comments
Operators are upgrading field technicians' toolboxes to support their changing infrastructures and technologies.
Workflow Automation Is Just the Start for Telcos
Alison Diana  
9/22/2017   15 comments
Telcos will help drive workflow automation into an $18.45 billion market by 2023, yet this is only a small component of the industry's investment in automation – a revolutionary investment that will change everything from customer experience to security.
Safaricom Brings Lots More FTTH to Kenya
Alison Diana  
9/19/2017   14 comments
Wireless operator Safaricom is making huge strides in its ambitious goal to deliver fiber-to-the-home, as Thibaud Rerolle, director of technology at Safaricom, explains.
Sckipio Unveils Speedy Next-Gen Gfast Chipset
Alison Diana  
9/18/2017   6 comments
The latest Gfast chipset from Sckipio promises to give telcos a leg up on cable competitors in the race to bring gigabit speeds to all customers.
Consumers Pick Security Options in Smart Home Menu
Alison Diana  
9/14/2017   67 comments
When offered the choice of selecting individual components of a smart home solution, European and US broadband users both chose fire alerts and emergency notifications as the most important options, a Strategy Analytics study finds.
Call Flow: In XGS-PON for the Long Haul
Alison Diana  
9/13/2017   5 comments
Britain's Call Flow expects ADTRAN's XGS-PON solution will deliver 1Gbp/s ultra-broadband to its residential and business customers and a steady stream of profits, interoperability and opportunities to the operator.
DOCSIS 3.1 WiFi Mesh Network: Boon for Smart Homes?
Alison Diana  
9/12/2017   10 comments
Cross-chipset platform WiFi mesh solution provider New Garden is targeting service providers worldwide with its WiFigarden SDK and a partnership with Ubee Interactive designed to enhance residential WiFi and smart home services.




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