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Content tagged with IP/OPTICAL posted in December 2017
Google It: FTTH Tops Broadband Tech Searches for 2017
Alison Diana  
12/26/2017   27 comments
UBB2020 made its own list of top Google searches. Here's a look at which broadband tech came out on top.
2017: A Year of Toolkits & Software-Defined Networks
Alison Diana  
12/22/2017   48 comments
In the last 12 months, operators opted to choose from the growing array of access network technologies available to them, while simultaneously investing in more virtualization, SDNs and software-defined access for internal infrastructure.
2018: Leaders Break Out of High-Speed Broadband Pack
Alison Diana  
12/20/2017   12 comments
Service providers strongly agree on the importance of high-speed broadband and, as some heavily invest, a clear group of leaders will develop.
Hotels Check Out Passive Optical LANs
Alison Diana  
12/19/2017   11 comments
The hospitality industry is battling competitors on the connectivity front, leveraging optical networks, WiFi and smart-home technologies to woo repeat customers. How can operators make themselves at home in this market?
NTT & Broadband Forum Address PON's 5G Potential
Broadband World News  
12/13/2017   5 comments
NTT and the Broadband Forum have teamed up to standardize the virtualization of operators' PON networks to support time-critical applications including 5G fronthaul.
For AT&T, Managed Network Services Are No Shell Game
Alison Diana  
12/12/2017   10 comments
AT&T's investment in SDN, virtualization and cloud pays off as Shell once again extends its contract in order to gain new flexibility and business benefits.
Which Comes First: 4K UHD or Ultra-Broadband?
Alison Diana  
12/7/2017   30 comments
There are more 4K UHD devices and content for consumers to choose from, yet they are not yet embracing ultra-high-definition visuals. Will 4K UHD encourage more residential customers to buy into UBB or will the arrival of ultra-broadband create demand for 4K content?




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