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BBWN Bites: Harmonic Sings DAA Victory Song, Charter & Comcast Got Chummy
Broadband World News  
4/30/2019   2 comments
With operators' spending on virtualization and DAA picking up, Harmonic is upbeat about its chances to take over traditional access vendors' market share. Plus news about the FCC, Comcast, Charter, MoCA, Jisc and SSC Enterprise and why WiFi may not be good for family planning.
Vodafone: Use Quality Attenuation to Escape Gig Speed Trap
Alison Diana  
4/26/2019   7 comments
A Broadband Forum initiative, led by Vodafone and Predictable Network Solutions, encourages operators to use quality attenuation to cut capex, increase performance and step away from the gigabit-broadband race to the bottom, says Vodafone's Gavin Young.
BBWN Bites: AT&T Spews Vid Subs, UK OK With Huawei
Broadband World News  
4/24/2019   46 comments
ACE charges Dragon Box in Omniverse-linked copyright lawsuit; Eastern European economy does not help pay-TV's already poor regional outlook; smart speakers, on the other hand, are hot and getting hotter; and more!
China Mobile Building 'Dual-Gigabit City,' UK & India Expand Full Fiber
Broadband World News  
4/19/2019   13 comments
Also in today's roundup, Clikia leaves OTT, FCC cracks down on shady boxes, Zone goes direct to viewers, Zzoomm and Jurassic Fibre almost ready to dig and Reliance Jio preps JioGigaFiber for India market.
ADTRAN Starts 2019 With More Revenue & Customers
Alison Diana  
4/18/2019   2 comments
First-quarter earnings show demand for range of ADTRAN products and services, including Gfast, VDSL, XGS-PON and professional services, CEO and President Tom Stanton told analysts.
Subscribers Like Mid-Tier Speeds & HughesNet Loves NY
Broadband World News  
4/17/2019   5 comments
Also in today's roundup: The chief resilience officer trend could be a telco sales opportunity in smart cities and CenturyLink cut thousands from its workforce in 2018.
USAC Release 2 Maps Out Broadband's Path
Broadband World News  
4/16/2019   7 comments
New, color-coded interactive map shows CAF-funded broadband deployments by factors such as operator, speed, state and street address.
Cable's MVNO Woes & Google Fiber's Old Kentucky Mess
Broadband World News  
4/16/2019   21 comments
Also in today's roundup: CityFibre's latest city managers and fast-growing southeastern operator's most recent moves.
Starry’s Services Could Be Used To Parry Telcos With a Mobile, Home Broadband Bundle
Broadband World News  
4/11/2019   5 comments
Also in today's BBWN roundup: OTT providers are aiming to curb their password problems, YouTube TV hikes prices, the Leading Light's shortlist is announced and the FCC sits on its hands while our calls and texts are susceptible to 'interception and disruption.'
Those Who Have the Least Pay the Most for Broadband: Report
Alison Diana  
4/2/2019   26 comments
In a new report and searchable database, Broadband Now discovered fiber is the is the least expensive technology powering subscribers' connections. But the poorest, most rural residents pay the most for connectivity, regardless of underlying infrastructure.




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After suffering many quarters of financial and broadband subscriber losses, Frontier Communications' bond owners are ready for dramatic change – including a replacement for CEO Dan McCarthy (pictured), Bloomberg reports today, citing several sources.
Following an acceleration of network construction, Altice USA's FTTP deployment now spans 10% of its Optimum footprint that covers parts of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.
Competitive cable operator also generating some operational benefits from its new whole-home WiFi offer.
Slowed or paused purchasing by two major international operators, DT & Telmex, causes ADTRAN's third-quarter revenues to fall 22.9%.
Verizon and Calix bonded four wavelengths in the lab, bringing Verizon closer to its goal of one unified network for multiple services, says Kevin Smith, vice president of network planning at Verizon, during Calix ConneXions 2019 in Las Vegas.
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At the recent Broadband World Forum, Alzbeta Fellenbaum, a principal analyst and manager of research at IHS Markit, discusses the broadband speed ...
At the Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam, Michael Philpott, senior practice leader of Ovum's Consumer Services team, outlines the key ...
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Alternative UK fixed-broadband network operator Community Fibre is deploying ADTRAN gear to take 10 Gbit/s to London users at aggressive prices.
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