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Content tagged with Satellite posted in September 2019
BBWN Bites: Amazon Mesh WiFi May Mess Up UK Operators
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9/27/2019   Post a comment
Also, TIM says Ciao to chairman, FCC tightens up satellite rules, Telenet brings high-speed broadband to Belgians and CityFibre hopes to score a gigabit goal in Northampton.
BBWN Bites: Verizon & Calix Hit 34 Gbps Over NG-PON2
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9/24/2019   Post a comment
Also, Eutelsat says 'ELO' to IoT, Talkie and ADTRAN go beyond words, Comcast noticed when TiVo patents expired and CityFibre -- with help from its friends at Vodafone – wrap Scottish city in fiber (not tartan).
BBWN Bites: Consumers Want More Choice, Asia-Pac Survey Says
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9/23/2019   Post a comment
Also, law enforcement shuts down IPTV domains around Europe, TiVo figures out a way to add commercials, smart home devices keep growing and bests Netflix in Poland.
BBWN Bites: Huawei Fights to Stay on FCC Funding List
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9/20/2019   Post a comment
Also, Ikea constructs new smart-home biz, euNetworks deploys in Milan and Madrid, IoT's impact on security systems and Hernando County, Fla., gets wired Also, Ikea builds its own new smart-home biz, euNetworks deploys in Milan and Madrid, IoT's impact on security systems and Hernando County, Fla., gets wired for speed.for speed.
Telemedicine Saves Almost $4K Per Diabetic, CoBank Tells FCC
Alison Diana  
9/19/2019   Post a comment
Broadband-infrastructure financial firm CoBank found rural Type II diabetes patients felt better, had improved relationships with their healthcare providers -- and saved money, when they had high-speed-powered telemedicine.
BBWN Bites: AT&T Ponders DirecTV Future – Report
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9/19/2019   Post a comment
Also, BT Group, Ofcom and others talk about quitting copper cold-turkey, update on US fiber penetration, teachers describe 'homework divide,' state gets tough on broadband and Cox offers up its own streaming and smart-home solution.
BBWN Bites: WOW Says 'Hi' to New CIO, 'Bye' to Old CTO
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9/17/2019   Post a comment
Also, UK's fiber fix advances (a bit), Slovenian CSP meshes into smart homes, Viasat partners get world of new opportunities, Sweden's Netsam upgrades with ADVA, a new Ting town in NC picked for gigabit service and Portugal's NOS taps Tata for a custom DOCSIS router.
BBWN Bites: DAA Move Shows Comcast's Openness to Open Source
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9/16/2019   Post a comment
Also, Altice USA is primed for Amazon, Altice Europe refinances, UK gov sees more than fiber, Gigaclear's contractor woes, German incumbent fixates on speed, Malta's GO converges on fixed and wireless, OteGlobe adds subsea ICE4 and GiGstreem raises $10 million.
BBWN Bites: Openreach Bows to Gfast Pressures
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9/13/2019   Post a comment
Also today, Telecom Italian's chairman might leave, AT&T is right on its SDN goal and Mexican authorities approve FWA provider's spectrum sale.
BBWN Bites: CityFibre, Telia Make Changes in the C-Suite
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9/12/2019   Post a comment
Also today, Altice France teams up with CommScope's Arris, Calix signs new coop, another muni broadband project will take on local operators and Intertrust DRM hits magic number.
BBWN Bites: Comcast fights for TV bundles in Maine, SpaceX plans 24 Starlinks for 2020
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9/11/2019   Post a comment
Also, Indian provider enters fiber face-off; EchoStar to focus on broadband satellite; operators' virtual reality pros join real VR org's board; Russia's MTS division gets new prez; and UK gov stamps O2 as provider of broadband, networks and more.
BBWN Bites: George Soros Discusses Sale of Hyperoptic Shares – Report
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9/10/2019   Post a comment
Also today, Prysmian Group gets closer to floating its new boat, Telefónica's wholesale division expands while its parent company contracts, Alaskan PoP plus fiber empowers NOAA scientists to speedily share data (and resumes?) and more.
BBWN Bites: Kentucky Lights Up One Third of State's Fiber Network
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9/9/2019   Post a comment
Also, NBN Co. deploys Infinera's SDN solution for network self-healing, Swisscom Broadcast names next CEO, Algerian satellite provider chooses Hughes and FCC makes staff changes in preparation for rural broadband auction.
BBWN Bites: KPN to Get New CEO
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9/6/2019   Post a comment
Also today, the House maps its own broadband path, the FCC shares the agenda for its upcoming meeting, Comcast finds "Life's Good" when it streams with LG and Sparkle glitters in Chile.
Operators' Hurricane Dorian Prep (& Luck) Pay Off for Florida
Alison’s Wonderland  
9/6/2019   1 comment
Years of investment in infrastructure and user-friendly tools make the difference in how operators act before and after natural disasters, even though Hurricane Dorian's impact on Florida was far less than originally forecast (thankfully).
Broadband Forum Updates Quality of Experience Delivered Initiative
Alison Diana  
9/4/2019   Post a comment
Industry organization's third-quarter meeting features demonstration of QED implementation and release of Broadband Forum architecture report.
BBWN Bites: Jio Begins Vast Fixed Play in India, Sky's Wimpy WiFi Guarantee
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9/4/2019   1 comment
Also today, BBWN Bites goes deep, with an update on MainOne's new submarine cable and less happy news about the state of AAG, plus not all UK consumers are convinced about next-gen tech while Dish TV India gets a new OTT partner.

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