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ADTRAN CEO Tom Stanton Q&A: All Access All the Time
Alison Diana  
8/21/2019   2 comments
In a one-on-one interview with Broadband World News, ADTRAN Chairman and CEO Tom Stanton speaks about the vendor's success with a new breed of broadband providers, today's competitive environment and, yes, Verizon and NG-PON2.
BBWF Interview: NOS's Manuel Eanes on the Smart Home Opp for Telcos
Broadband World Forum Perspectives  
8/19/2019   1 comment
Five years ago, NOS board member Manuel Ramalho Eanes helped steer the Portuguese service provider toward a future heavily reliant on smart homes and cities. It's a decision the provider is glad it made.
BBWN Bites: Operators Get a Clue From Broadband Usage Data Before Cord-Cutters Cut
Broadband World News  
8/19/2019   5 comments
Residential subscribers typically increase bandwidth usage exponentially in the months prior to cutting the video cord, OpenVault's Broadband Industry report finds.
Illinois' $420M Broadband Program Is Part of National Trend
Alison Diana  
8/19/2019   1 comment
Governor JB Pritzker introduced the Broadband Advisory Panel, consisting of 25 private citizens and government professionals, who will work with ISPs to guide Illinois' $420 million investment in broadband infrastructure.
BBWN Bites: Liberty Global Plans All-Fiber Startup for Rural UK – Reports
Broadband World News  
8/16/2019   6 comments
Also today, Canada's telecom regulator cut wholesale broadband pricing, Freenet could slam brakes on Sunrise's shiny new deal and Vodafone tries a new bundle for broadband and mobile.
BBWN Bites: CBS-Viacom Returns to Content Glory, Charter CEO's Peeve
Broadband World News  
8/15/2019   3 comments
The amount spent on OTT continues to skyrocket as demonstrated (again) in the proposed CBS-Viacom deal. It makes sense, then, that Charter CEO Tom Rutledge does not like password sharing.
BBWF Interview: Slovak Telekom's Branimir Maric on Next-Gen Networks, FTTH & 5G
Broadband World Forum Perspectives  
8/14/2019   Post a comment
Branimir Maric, CTIO at Slovak Telekom and T-Mobile Czech Republic, discusses the rise and future of the next-generation network, and the challenges and opportunities that are ahead.
ADTRAN Connects Operators to Smart-Home Opportunity
Alison Diana  
8/13/2019   4 comments
ADTRAN kicks open the door to connected home opportunity for operators, integrating SmartRG into Mosaic Subscriber Experience Suite and debuting new products.
BBWN Bites: Mississippi Co-Op Aims to Provide Rural FTTH
Broadband World News  
8/12/2019   3 comments
Also in today's roundup: Reliance Jio looks to shake up India's broadband, subscribers retreat from traditional pay TV, and Microsoft called more attention to rural broadband needs in Iowa.
Broadband Forum's Connected-Home Standard Gathers Momentum
Alison Diana  
8/9/2019   2 comments
The industry association's latest iteration of its popular TR-069 standard was specifically developed to help providers remotely manage and control smart-home networks.
BBWN Bites: Warren's Expansive Broadband Plan
Broadband World News  
8/8/2019   2 comments
In other news, Liberty Global's broadband fight, Cable One's broadband gains, Shentel's ambitious fixed-wireless plans and some new names in the SCTE•ISBE org chart.
BBWN Bites: Streaming, Streaming Everywhere & Too Many Things to Watch
Broadband World News  
8/7/2019   7 comments
With AT&T and Disney making SVOD announcements today, it's becoming ever-more challenging for consumers and operators to keep up with the expanding and changing SVOD, OTT market.
BBWF Interview: BT's Ben Azvine on the Impact of AI, ML on Cybersecurity & IT
Broadband World Forum Perspectives  
8/7/2019   6 comments
BT uses advanced monitoring capabilities as well as traditional firewalls and intrusion prevention systems to boost its cybersecurity capabilities, Global Head of Security & Innovation Ben Azvine tells Broadband World Forum in an interview preview of his BBWF 2019 presentation in Amsterdam in October.
BBWN Bites: Subsidized New Builds Need Broadband Cabling, Irish Agency Says
Broadband World News  
8/6/2019   3 comments
Also today, SES connects with Amdocs on satellite network management using ONAP, Mexico gets a broadband assist in unserved areas and CommScope adds product aimed at cable's remote PHY network migration.
SpaceX Delays Satellite Launch 'Til Tuesday
Alison Diana  
8/5/2019   3 comments
Also in today's roundup: Corning fiber growth, WOW broadband results and new FTTH deployments from Safaricom.
BBWN Bites: Providers Spent $80B on Infrastructure in 2018 — USTelecom
Broadband World News  
8/2/2019   1 comment
Also today, CableLabs gets a new top R&D chief, Set TV is really dead and we have some broadband-related financial highlights from BT and Telecom Italia.
FCC Proposes $20B More for Rural Broadband, Details Map Data Changes
Broadband World News  
8/1/2019   4 comments
The FCC wants to earmark up to $20.4 billion over 10 years to expand broadband into unserved rural regions. It unveiled a new approach to data-collection that uses crowdsourcing and eventually ends Form 477.
Bell Canada Continues Broadband Quest
Alan Breznick  
8/1/2019   4 comments
Canada's biggest telecom provider bets big on fiber lines to take the broadband lead against Rogers, Shaw and other large cable operators.
Cloud-Based Apps Power 10G PON
Alison Diana  
7/31/2019   4 comments
Residential and enterprise demand for cloud-based apps and the need for more storage are driving operator investment in 10G PON, says Ovum analyst Julie Kunstler.
BBWN Bites: Charter Promotes Finance Whizzes, Operators Rock Out in Romania
Broadband World News  
7/29/2019   9 comments
As Charter grows, so do its financial executives' responsibilities. And in Romania, investments and mergers should disrupt broadband infrastructure.
Broadband Networks Always Hungry for More Bandwidth: Report
Broadband World News  
7/25/2019   23 comments
More than 4 in 10 tech professionals predict bandwidth demands could double by 2021, Viavi's annual State of the Network finds.
BBWN Bites: Virgin Media Plans Speedy Rollout of Gig Broadband
Broadband World News  
7/25/2019   9 comments
Also, Canada looks to Telesat to span its digital divide, Northern Ireland's broadband plan advances and new research ponders next-gen optical networks.
AT&T: Fiber Up but Broadband Still Down
Alan Breznick  
7/24/2019   20 comments
Despite netting more than 300,000 FTTH subscribers, AT&T still suffered an overall loss of broadband customers in Q2.
Diversity Will Soon Lead Calix Back to Profitability: CEO Russo
Alison Diana  
7/24/2019   16 comments
Calix continues to diversify its customers and solutions, extend the market for its more profitable platform and services and has almost transferred its supply chain from China, CEO Carl Russo tells investors.
BBWN Bites: Arkansas Appoints a Broadband Czar
Broadband World News  
7/24/2019   9 comments
Also today: gigabit broadband access passes nearly 1 in 5 people in the US, Roku and Amazon split the streaming media device market and Ofcom finds most subscribers are satisfied.
BBWN Bites: Liberty Global Wants to Stir Up UK Wholesale Market
Broadband World News  
7/22/2019   9 comments
Cable operator wants new partnership to create wholesaler that would allow its Virgin Media business, plus other providers, to deliver fiber broadband to non-urban regions of UK, report says.
BBWN Bites: Brits' Broadband Agenda Blurs
Broadband World News  
7/19/2019   12 comments
A once ambitious deadline disappears from an official document, days before a new PM is named – but altnets continue to disrupt and deploy high-speed infrastructure.
ADTRAN's Diversification Adds Up to $156.4M in Q2 Revenue
Alison Diana  
7/19/2019   5 comments
Vendor expands focus into MSOs and utilities, increases fiber sales and extends efforts in global territories, as part of initiative to decrease reliance on CSPs.
BBWN Bites: Subscribers Freeze Out Netflix
Broadband World News  
7/18/2019   24 comments
The heavyweight in the streaming-video market it helped create, Netflix finds itself without Friends and with plenty more nimble competitors.
DOCSIS 3.1 Gains New Ground
Alison Diana  
7/17/2019   7 comments
Some operators expand existing D3.1 infrastructure, while others discover fiber-only is too slow and expensive to meet subscribers' needs quickly enough to keep them happy.
Piracy to Swipe $12.5B in Video Revenue by 2024 – Report
Alison Diana  
7/16/2019   27 comments
Piracy and account sharing are taking a sizable bite from operators' content revenue, with incumbents and OTT startups feeling the financial hurt.
BBWN Bites: Shaw Broadband Subs Arc Up With BlueCurve
Broadband World News  
7/16/2019   4 comments
Canadian MSO credits its Xfinity-like solution for growing broadband subs and more equipment self-installation.
Pai: FCC Must Crowdsource Broadband Map
Broadband World News  
7/12/2019   6 comments
Crowdsourcing can ensure service providers don't fudge on broadband claims, FCC boss says.
FCC Seeks to Streamline Satellite Regs as Bezos & Musk Ready for Space Battle.
Alison Diana  
7/10/2019   4 comments
The FCC drafts changes to accelerate its satellite review process about a week after Amazon's Project Kuiper files an application with the agency in the fast-moving space broadband race.
FCC Explores MDU Broadband Regulation
Alison Diana  
7/10/2019   2 comments
Federal agency suggests that mandating competition and infrastructure sharing will discourage MDU buildouts and perpetuate the digital divide.
BBWN Bites: Sony Goes Orange for Security
Broadband World News  
7/8/2019   12 comments
The operator will build Sony Group's new communications infrastructure atop the Orange Flexible SD-WAN solution to enhance Sony's performance, security and scalability.
BBWN Bites: Mega IoT Security Breach, KCOM Jilted
Broadband World News  
7/5/2019   4 comments
An IoT vendor's data on about 2 billion devices has been available online since 2011, one more reason security is a good (and seemingly much-needed) business for operators.
NBN Moves Goal Post for Rollout Victory
Alison Diana  
7/3/2019   5 comments
Australian broadband operator met lowered targets for premises passed and activated accounts for its fiscal year and most recent quarter.
BBWN Bites: Inmarsat Blasts Arctic With Satellite Broadband
Broadband World News  
7/3/2019   12 comments
Also in today's news roundup: NBN reaches more than forecasted, Eutelsat's latest venture, 5G in rural Japan and Google's new subsea cable.
BBWN Bites: Low-Latency DOCSIS With Just a Software Upgrade
Broadband World News  
6/21/2019   18 comments
CableLabs added the capability earlier this year and MSO Cox is already testing a low-latency, higher price tier for online gamers.
Cable Access Network Shift Underway
Broadband World News  
6/19/2019   6 comments
Harmonic's software focus and new strategy seem to be getting Wall Street's attention.
BBWN Bites: Starry Spreads FWA Sunshine to Rural Broadband
Broadband World News  
6/19/2019   23 comments
Having won big in the FCC spectrum auction, Starry expects to use fixed wireless access to deliver high-speed broadband to another 25 million potential US customers, including those in low-populated areas.
Artificial Intelligence: Expanding Beyond Networks
Broadband World News  
6/18/2019   8 comments
An investment in emerging technologies like artificial intelligence must enhance quality of service, speed and performance, Craig Fenton, Google UK Director, tells Broadband World Forum in a video interview.
Better Broadband Gets Better Scores for USDA Funding
Alison Diana  
6/17/2019   15 comments
The US Department of Agriculture gives high points to those operators providing symmetric, high-speed infrastructure when considering loan and grant applicants.
BBWN Bites: Verizon Shoots, Scores With NBA Fiber Network Deal
Broadband World News  
6/17/2019   8 comments
Verizon will deploy a high-speed video network that connects 29 National Basketball Association arenas.
BBWN Bites: PON, 5G to Propel Corning
Broadband World News  
6/14/2019   5 comments
Corning predicts sales growth of up to 8% between 2020 and 2023, thanks to 5G buildouts and smartphone growth.
BBWN Bites: CenturyLink Says 'Hola' to Miami, LatAm
Broadband World News  
6/13/2019   24 comments
New Miami facility will include network gateway and data center, slated to serve Florida and Latin American enterprises.
Broadband Access Added Up to $2.9B Market in Q1 – Dell'Oro
Broadband World News  
6/12/2019   5 comments
In total, sales of equipment including XG-PON, XGS-PON, NG-PON2 OLT ports, D3.1, CPE and CCAP dropped 2%, but not all these categories declined.
BBWN Bites: $3 Billion Pours Into US Broadband – Report
Broadband World News  
6/11/2019   3 comments
Operators invested $3 billion in broadband in 2018, a result of light touch regulation, USTelecom declared in a preliminary report.
NG-PON2 Tunable Optics Prices Too High for Nokia
Alison Diana  
6/5/2019   7 comments
Tunable optics components add up to about $1,000, says Nokia's Stefaan Vanhastel, too high an admission cost for the $26-plus billion corporation in a market estimated at $204 million in 2022.
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