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BBWF 2016 Keynote: Huawei on Redifining the Network to Connect People and Things
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11/30/2016   13 comments
Xipeng Xiao, Head of the CTIO Office in Western Europe at Huawei, talks about how the ultra-broadband network is being redefined and how the Internet is not only making people smart, but things are also getting smarter as well.
BBWF 2016 Keynote: Vodafone On Fixed Access Network Sharing
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11/30/2016   3 comments
Vodafone' Head of Fixed Access Centre of Excellence, Gavin Young, chats about Fixed Access Network Sharing (FAN), a concept allows operators to collaborate and share their infrastructure.
BBWF 2016 Keynote: ADTRAN's Ronan Kelly on Open, Reliable, Affordable Internet For All
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11/29/2016   4 comments
ADTRAN's Ronan Kelly talks about the disruptive impact that the broadband revolution is having on the world and how it is enabling a new era of industrial innovation.
BBWF 2016 Keynote: Nokia on the Mass Rollout of Broadband
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11/29/2016   Post a comment
Federico Guillen, president of Nokia Fixed Networks, discusses the roadmap towards universal broadband.
How Balloons Can Play a Role In Broadband Delivery
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11/28/2016   12 comments
Mauro Goncalves Filho, Strategy and Operations at the X division of Google, provides an update on Project Loon, which aims to deliver broadband Internet access to users in remote areas.
How Fiber Plays a Key Role in Orange's Convergent Network Plans
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11/23/2016   5 comments
Alain Maloberti, Senior VP, Network Architecture & Design at Orange Labs Networks, talks about the network operator's investments in broadband technologies such as GPON and (soon) XGS-PON and how they fit into the bigger picture.
Broadband Forum CEO On The Potential of CORD
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11/21/2016   1 comment
Robin Mersh, CEO at the Broadband Forum, discusses the potential for the CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) initiative as part of the access network virtualization trend.
Why Ucom Is Checking Out NG-PON2
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11/17/2016   8 comments
Alexandr Yesayan, business development director and co-founder at Ucom, explains why the Armenian operator is trialing NG-PON2 technology.
Verizon Makes Its NG-PON2 Case
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11/16/2016   13 comments
Vincent O'Byrne, director of technology at Verizon Communications, makes the case for NG-PON2 in both the residential and business services markets in the US.
Telefónica on FTTH in Spain
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11/15/2016   8 comments
Jose Luis Lozano from Telefónica discusses key developments in Spain's fiber to the home (FTTH) market.
Why Operators Are Re-Farming Their Central Offices
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11/15/2016   Post a comment
Jinn Xu, director of the Access Network Solution Sales Dept. at Huawei, talks about central office re-farming.
Arris on the Evolution of Cable CPE
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11/14/2016   Post a comment
Anthony Zuyderhoff, VP of CPE Sales & Sales Engineering, EMEA at Arris, talks about developments in the cable broadband customer premises equipment (CPE) market and Arris's latest portfolio enhancements.
Why BT Is Trialing Long-Reach VDSL
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11/14/2016   1 comment
Peter Bell, Network Portfolio CIO at BT's access business Openreach, talks about the operator's trial of a new broadband access technology called Long Reach VDSL.
Enabling Europe's Digital Single Market
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11/11/2016   1 comment
Anna Krzyzanowska, Head of Unit, Investment in High-Capacity Networks at the European Commission, talks about the role of ultra-broadband networks and services in enabling a Digital Single Market in Europe.
Why NBN Has a Multi-Technology Mix
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11/8/2016   1 comment
Daniel Willis, Principal Technology Officer at Australia's NBN, talks about the development of the national broadband network and why the wholesale operator is deploying a number of different access technologies.
Cox Communications on the Future of Cable Broadband
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11/7/2016   1 comment
Jeff Finkelstein, Executive Director of Network Strategy at Cox Communications, talks about the impact of DOCSIS 3.1 and virtualization in the cable access network.
BT on Its Evolving FTTP Strategy
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11/3/2016   Post a comment
Andy Whale, Chief Engineer at Openreach, BT's access network division, explains how and why the operator is ramping up its fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) rollout and the challenges Openreach faces as it aims to connect 2 million premises with fiber.
How HKBN Has Built a Business Around OTT Video
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11/2/2016   Post a comment
Partnering with OTT video specialists has proven to be a successful strategy for Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN), says CTO and co-founder Gary McLaren.
Why AT&T Has NG-PON2 on Its Roadmap
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11/1/2016   Post a comment
Tom Anschutz, a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T, talks about the potential applications of NG-PON2 and how that technology fits into the US giant’s network and service plans.




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