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US cable still 'punching above its weight' against FTTH competition – analyst
Jeff Baumgartner  
5/28/2020   Post a comment
Cable ops continued to gain ground against broadband rivals in Q1 2020 amid the early stages of the pandemic and a recent surge in new household formation.
Comcast confirms commitment to Full Duplex DOCSIS
Jeff Baumgartner  
5/21/2020   Post a comment
The pandemic has caused the operator to redeploy some of its network engineering resources, but Comcast says it remains bullish on its FDX initiative.
LR plans new digital Cable Next-Gen Europe event
Broadband World News  
5/13/2020   Post a comment
Rather than produce a live conference in London next month, Light Reading will now stage a free, digital event over two afternoons in mid-June because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Liberty Global sees upstream traffic surge over 50%
Alan Breznick  
5/7/2020   Post a comment
Europe's largest cable operator reports that both upstream and downstream traffic have jumped since the COVID-19 pandemic hit its markets, with the upstream traffic surging 50% and the downstream up over 20%.
Liberty Latin America sees steady broadband gains
Alan Breznick  
5/6/2020   Post a comment
While it hasn't enjoyed the same surge in broadband subs as its North American cable counterparts, the big Latin American MSO still saw healthy sub increase in first quarter.
Comcast, Charter and Altice USA enjoy virus-fueled broadband bonanza
Alan Breznick  
5/5/2020   Post a comment
With tens of millions of people now sheltering at home throughout the nation, the three biggest publicly traded US MSOs all reported substantially higher broadband subscriber gains in the first quarter.
COVID-19 data surge is wake-up call for cable's weak upstream
Jeff Baumgartner  
4/29/2020   Post a comment
Cable's lithe upstream pipe survived recent data spikes, but the increased demand is accelerating discussions about 'mid-splits' and other moves that would expand and augment the HFC upstream, CommScope exec says.
BBWN Bites: 50% of European households get healthy dose of fiber
Broadband World News  
4/24/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: SpaceX launches broadband satellites; US localities get creative with finding ways to get people connected; and AT&T revises false broadband-coverage data.
Rogers sees over 50% jump in network traffic from COVID-19
Alan Breznick  
4/22/2020   Post a comment
Rogers also nets more broadband and Ignite TV sub gains and holds steady on cable revenues in Q1 as most Canadians shelter-at-home.
Technicolor leans on lessons to strengthen supply chains during pandemic
Jeff Baumgartner  
4/14/2020   Post a comment
Use of C.A.R.T. principles, lessons from recent component shortages and trade wars have helped the key CPE vendor prepare for the supply chain challenges wrought by the COVID-19 crisis.
Podcast: Plume looks at how we work from home
Broadband World News  
4/13/2020   Post a comment
Plume CMO Todd Grantham talks about what his company is learning by looking at data from more than 700 million computers, smartphones and entertainment devices on Plume's service provider customer networks.
Midsized cablecos cope with COVID-19 data demands and customer needs
Alan Breznick  
4/8/2020   1 comment
Atlantic Broadband reports 25% surge in data traffic while RCN/Grande/Wave offers free connectivity, deferred payments and other aid to customers.
CableLabs takes another step towards 10G with DOCSIS 4.0 specs
Jeff Baumgartner  
3/26/2020   Post a comment
The new specs will support both Full Duplex DOCSIS (FDX) and Extended Spectrum DOCSIS (ESD).
BBWN Bites: EU calls for HD restraint
Ray Le Maistre  
3/19/2020   Post a comment
Also in this roundup: RDK's popular; WBA assumes control of Cisco's OpenRoaming; Virgin Media offers gigabit to 1 million homes; and more.
Upstream silver lining for cable kit vendors
Broadband World News  
3/17/2020   Post a comment
Dell'Oro reckons growing market demand for faster uplinks gives cable equipment vendors some room for optimism after a difficult 2019.
COVID-19: More ISPs relax data caps to help customers
Jeff Baumgartner  
3/17/2020   Post a comment
But consumer groups urge all broadband service providers to put their usage-based data policies on ice.
US Senate stamps Broadband DATA Act
Jeff Baumgartner  
3/11/2020   Post a comment
Organizations applaud passing of act aimed at fixing outdated broadband maps illustrating who has – and who lacks – access to high-speed Internet service.
BBWN Bites: Cable increases its dominance of US broadband market
Ray Le Maistre  
3/9/2020   Post a comment
Also in this broadband sector news roundup: Italians at loggerheads; CityFibre shifts up a gear; UK's FTTH market linked to more funding; Canada's Xplornet snapped up for $2 billion.
PON OLT momentum a bright spot in dim broadband access market
Jeff Baumgartner  
3/5/2020   Post a comment
PON OLT revenues surged 16% in 2019 while the cable access network market dropped 30%, according to Dell'Oro.
Broadcom, Intel put Wi-Fi 6 through its paces at 6GHz
Broadband World News  
3/4/2020   Post a comment
US chipmakers get the Wi-Fi 6E show on the road and pave the way for a bandwidth splurge in the home network.
Altice USA goes for gig
Alan Breznick  
2/13/2020   Post a comment
The fourth-largest US cable operator reports accelerated deployment of FTTH lines and launch of DOCSIS 3.1 service over HFC network in Q4.
MWC2020: WiFi 6.0 and the broadband CPE market
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2/5/2020   Post a comment
Ahead of Mobile World Congress, Omdia's principal research analyst, John Kendall, talks about developments in the broadband CPE market as WiFi 6.0 becomes a technology that can help counter smart home bottlenecks.
USDA invests $146M in rural broadband infrastructure this week alone
Alison Diana  
1/31/2020   1 comment
In a flurry of activity throughout the week, Donald (DJ) LaVoy, Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development at the US Department of Agriculture, and his team spent about $145.8 million in the non-urban or suburban areas of seven states.
Broadband Forum Takes on Carrier-Grade WiFi Challenge
Alison Diana  
1/24/2020   3 comments
The industry standards organization is looking to ease operator pain from residential WiFi, while it also sees initiatives in connected home and other projects bear fruit.
DOCSIS 3.1 Pays Dividends for Rogers in Q4
Alison Diana  
1/22/2020   Post a comment
Deploying DOCSIS 3.1 across its entire footprint gave Rogers Communications the ability to offer speeds of up to 1 Gbit/s, contributing to a broadband segement that generated about 60% of the Canadian operator's $3.05 billion (US) in Q4 cable earnings.
BBWN Bites: Billionaire Group Wants Telefónica's LatAm Assets – Report
Broadband World News  
1/22/2020   Post a comment
Also today, Netflix grows bigger, Netflix+ accelerates European invasion, DT and Deutsche Glasfaser pilot FTTH network, UK pub owner pays piracy price, Polish agency fines Polkomtel for bundle boo-boo and more about fixed-access broadband topics.
BBWN Bites: Australian Fires Spark Reconsideration of Copper Infrastructure
Broadband World News  
1/17/2020   Post a comment
Also on this Friday edition of BBWN Bites, NBCUniversal reveals Peacock's launch dates and pricing, BT's head honcho talks turkey with UK PM, while operator hopes deal with Google Stadia floods its networks bandwidth-hungry gamers and more.
How to Transform Your Business Model & Grow Revenue – Webinar
Alison Diana  
1/16/2020   Post a comment
On Jan. 23, Broadband World News hosts a Calix-sponsored webinar that explores several ways CSPs can enhance customer experience and find new business opportunities to avoid devolving into a speed race where nobody wins, not even the customer.
BBWN Bites: Baroness Calls Broadband Bosses to Brainstorm
Broadband World News  
1/16/2020   Post a comment
Also today, pay-TV providers did not have a lot to celebrate in 2019, Dem candidate Pete Buttigieg's broadband budget, Shaw Communications' Q1 numbers and more.
Prysmian Group Wins $38M Rural Contract From Mexican Government
Alison Diana  
1/15/2020   Post a comment
Prysmian is working for a government-owned Mexican company to connect remote regions of the country with high-speed broadband.
BBWN Bites: Charter Seeks US Expansion With Biz-Focused High-Speed Internet Service
Broadband World News  
1/14/2020   Post a comment
Also today, Arizona governor promises $100 million for rural broadband, Atlantic Broadband buys yet another local provider, cable bundles keep wholesale carriers busy and more from fixed-broadband operators BT and Deutsche Glasfaser.
BBWN News: Broadcom Cable Modem Vulnerability Threatens 200M+ Subs
Broadband World News  
1/13/2020   Post a comment
Also today, closing the door on Spectrum Home Security, Zayo brings the zoom to Denver Public Schools' infrastructure, UK ISP adds FTTH to its FWA offering, CableLabs gets bigger in Latin America and more in the always newsworthy fixed-access broadband world.
BBWN Bites: Fisherman Jailed After Freeing Boat From Undersea Cables
Broadband World News  
1/10/2020   Post a comment
Also today in fixed-access broadband news, USDA kicks off ReConnect funding, Euskaltel names CFO, security researcher warns of insecurities for ACT broadband customers and Ofcom focuses on customer experience.
BBWN Bites: FCC Chair Brings Rural Broadband Plan to Committee
Broadband World News  
1/9/2020   Post a comment
Also today, UK's KCOM to spend $130 million on full-fiber rollout, while ITS gets about $59 million infusion from Aviva Investors, Colt densifies in European cities, Lebanon looks to go full-fiber and more from the fixed-broadband world.
The State of States' Broadband Mapping
Alison’s Wonderland  
1/7/2020   3 comments
The lack of an accurate broadband map means states and counties including Illinois, Georgia and Roanoke, Va., must tackle this issue themselves before spending their residents' money on deploying infrastructure.
Cablecos to Trial 10G in 2020
Broadband World News  
1/6/2020   Post a comment
Speaking before the kickoff of CES 2020 this week, CableLabs' newly announced Chief Research and Development Officer Mariam Sorond said cable operators will launch 10G field trials later this year.
BBWN: CES Launches Expand Cableco Smart-Home Opportunities
Broadband World News  
1/6/2020   Post a comment
Also in today's roundup of fixed-access broadband news, UK FTTH availability surges, Africa's pay-TV subs to increase (although revenue won't keep pace), Amazon investment fund pours into Sweepr, Sunrise names new CFO while Russia's Akado Telecom gets new CEO, plus more.
Three Key Decisions Operators Must Make in 2020
Daniel Grossman  
12/31/2019   Post a comment
Next year many operators must decide whether to invest more in HFC or go all-in to fiber, pick their PON and choose their managed-WiFi path, writes analyst Dan Grossman, who also recommends providers bundle managed WiFi and analytics to best serve residential subscribers -- and operators' own businesses.
US Rural Broadband Accelerates in 2020
Daniel Grossman  
12/30/2019   Post a comment
Public-private partnerships, investor interest, self-help in rural areas and incumbents' return set the scene for a busy year of broadband deployment in the US countryside in 2020, writes Analyst Dan Grossman.
BBWN Bites: Apple Explores Space – Report
Broadband World News  
12/20/2019   Post a comment
Apple is secretly investigating satellites, UK doubles fiber availability, rural US gets more gigs, suspicious snips in FTTx, DISH hops onto Nest wagon and more in our final BBWN Bites of 2019.
NY's Governor Cuomo Is in a Net Neut State of Mind
Alison Diana  
12/20/2019   Post a comment
Governor Andrew Cuomo details how he wants to bring net neutrality back to the Empire State.
BBWN Bites: Tivo & Xperi Blend Together via All-Stock Deal
Broadband World News  
12/19/2019   Post a comment
Also in today's fixed-access news, Starry doesn't shine in 22 markets, CityFibre docks in Portsmouth, Vodafone to sell Maltese Telecom, ETSI gets cloud-native with OSM and more!
BBWN Bites: US House Writes Laws for Broadband Mapping
Broadband World News  
12/18/2019   Post a comment
In today's round-up for broadband access news, C-Spire almost wraps up Mississippi project, Liberty Global bids adieu to Sunrise, FCC sinks money into satellite, Everstream crosses 5,000-fiber-mile threshold and more.
BBWN Bites: No Free Broadband for Brits
Broadband World News  
12/13/2019   Post a comment
Also today, AT&T sets date for new national OTT-TVoffering, CenturyLink hooks up to WiFi 6, Mozilla's net neutrality deadline looms large and more.
BBWN Bites: AT&T Considers Cost-Cutting Measures, Raises Video Fees
Broadband World News  
12/11/2019   Post a comment
Also today, Comcast and AT&T blame programming costs for increased fees, Comcast and Technicolor partner on next-gen DOCSIS 3.1 gateway, KPN Ventures uses IoT to helps seniors, Loon can float over Uganda and more.
Holiday Gifts Load Up Broadband Bandwidth, Study Finds
Alison Diana  
12/10/2019   Post a comment
New connected devices from generous relatives, plus endless hours of streaming choices, will cause holiday revelers to use up to 330 gigabytes per subscriber this holiday season, OpenVault predicts.
Telenet Tags SAM for IoT Home Security
Alison Diana  
12/9/2019   Post a comment
European cable operator partners with SAM Seamless Network to provide residential customers with software-based cybersecurity solution for all connected devices.
Don't Count Out EPON as MSOs Mull Their Fiber Future – ADTRAN Exec
Alison Diana  
12/4/2019   1 comment
Many Tier 1 MSOs have yet to choose between EPON and GPON, and their natural ties to IEEE standard-based technologies plus EPON's accelerated future timeline, could make this an attractive standard for large cable ops, ADTRAN engineering exec Jess Beihoffer tells BBWN.
BBWN Bites: Nokia Chairman to Step Down
Broadband World News  
12/3/2019   Post a comment
Also today, TiVo adds Prime Video app, Vodafone Greece hits 300K with fiber, CenturyLink runs ring around Troy, USDA hands out first millions, what's most important for OTT subscribers and more.
GAO: Rural Broadband's High-Cost Payment Program Saddled With Too Much Fraud-Risk
Alison Diana  
11/26/2019   Post a comment
The federal watchdog agency recommends the FCC consider eliminating the old cost-accounting program since it's more prone to fraud than the alternative reimbursement method among small, rural providers that receive about $2.5 billion annually to deploy broadband.
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