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Content tagged with IP/OPTICAL posted in July 2018
Corning VP: Fiber Savings From Ground Up
Alison Diana  
7/31/2018   9 comments
In an interview with BBWN, Bob Whitman, VP of Market Development of Carrier Networks at Corning Optical Communications, discusses how the vendor uses technology to cut costs, improve providers' profits and support the move to one network for all customers.
Next-Gen PON: $7B Market by 2022
Alison Diana  
7/30/2018   2 comments
Between 2017 and 2022, next-generation PON sales will increase at a compound annual growth rate of almost 40%, according to research firm Dell'Oro Group.
Cutting the Cord: Ensuring Subscriber's Quality of Experience on WiFi
Lincoln Lavoie  
7/26/2018   31 comments
UNH-IOL and Broadband Forum will soon launch the Carrier Grade WiFI Performance Test Plan, designed to ensure service providers meet subscribers' QoE and QoS expectations without costly, time-consuming and customer satisfaction-destroying truck rolls or support calls.
Orange Biz Brings Cloud Control to Wealth Management
Alison Diana  
7/23/2018   12 comments
Through a partnership with Additiv, the service provider delivers an OTT-like cloud-based offering that allows financial institutions to gain digital transformation without ripping and replacing mainframe legacy systems.
NG-PON2: The Case for 5G Trumps Lackluster Equipment Volumes
Alison’s Wonderland  
7/19/2018   5 comments
Chinese telcos won't buy enough NG-PON2 to drive down volume costs. But does that matter, considering the role the next-gen optical technology's going to play in 5G and service provider infrastructure?
ADTRAN Feels Those New Customer Good Vibrations
Alison Diana  
7/18/2018   6 comments
ADTRAN saw most sales grow and costs drop this quarter compared to the first three months of 2018, and that's not the only good news CEO and President Tom Stanton shared with analysts today.
400G-ZR Standard Revs Up Optical Network Speeds
Broadband World News  
7/13/2018   1 comment
Line rates of 400G and higher will become more power efficient in 2019 and 2020, driven by by the 400G-ZR standard – good news for optical and submarine networks.
Global Broadband Speeds Accelerate, but Not Everyone Can Celebrate
Alison Diana  
7/10/2018   3 comments
Fiber deployments fueled an average 23% increase year-over-year in global broadband speed, but some regions fell further behind with few signs of ever catching up.
Diamonds Are the Net's Best Friend?
Alison Diana  
7/10/2018   6 comments
An artificial diamond's ability to store quantum data could, one day, make it the foundation for an extremely secure, quantum Internet that connects high-speed computers around the globe.
Cincinnati Telecom Seals Deal on Hawaii's Treasures: Fiber, Cloud, IT
Alison Diana  
7/3/2018   5 comments
The purchase, announced one year ago, accelerates Cincinnati Bell's strategy to expand its high-speed, high-bandwidth fiber optic network while building a complementary IT solutions and cloud services business.
Huawei's Continuous Innovation in Ultra-Broadband Transmission
Partner Perspectives  
7/2/2018   14 comments
Zhuhong Zhang, technical vice president and chief expert of Channel Algorithm, Network Product Line at Huawei, discusses the vendor's many historic and future optical network advances and technology investments.




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