Between 10% and 20% of new Mediacom subscribers choose the operator's gigabit service, despite any clear-cut use cases. And that's okay with consumers, says Mediacom CTO and SVP JR Walden during a Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies panel in Denver.
ADTRAN acquires EPON technology and North American personnel from Sumitomo Electric, although Japanese vendor retains rights to Asian market and becomes full distributor for all ADTRAN solutions, in a deal for undisclosed terms.
Without end-to-end automation of the network, service providers cannot help customers – enterprise, government, manufacturing, healthcare – succeed and that's something testing vendors recognize and are acting upon.
US cable operators added 2.7 million broadband subscribers in 2017 while telcos lost about 625,000, according to Leichtman Research Group.
The UK government unveiled the first 13 recipients of half the £190 million allotted for fiber-to-the-premise projects designed to deliver gigabit speeds around the country.
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
11:00 a.m. EST / 4:00 p.m. London
Interoperability and field-test procedures accelerate time to revenue and ensure good service.
As fiber moves deeper into the access network and is married with Gfast copper technology to deliver gigabit services, there are several key test considerations that ensure success.
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ARCHIVED | March 20, 2018, 1pm EDT
In this edition of BBWN Radio, AT&T's Assistant Vice President of Access Architecture and Design, Eddy Barker, will discuss the service provider's experiences with XGS-PON, including its trials with a 10Gbit/s XGS-PON virtualized network using Open Source Access Manager Hardware Abstraction (OSAM-HA), formerly VOLTHA – another way it's providing lightning-fast Internet speeds to subscribers.
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