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Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 10/23/2020
Also in this roundup: USDA ReConnect Program commits over $560 million in second round broadband grants; Verizon, AT&T celebrate broadband subs; Virgin Media, Google bundle up.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 10/23/2020
Fiber is a bright spot in AT&T's broadband story, and it appears that the telco is preparing to add a few more chapters to it.
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Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 10/21/2020
As more regions commit themselves to supporting full-fiber broadband strategies, some service providers are raising issues with obstructions in their paths.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 10/20/2020
Touting it as the "next giant leap in cloud computing" – an obvious homage to Neil Armstrong's first utterance upon stepping foot on the Moon – Microsoft has launched Azure Space.
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Kelsey Kusterer Ziser, Editor, 10/19/2020
Light Reading's Iain Morris and Kelsey Ziser discuss highlights from last week's BBWF event, including Telefonica's approach to fiber buildouts.
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Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 10/16/2020
Also in this roundup: FCC announces qualified applicants for RDOF; Ofcom investigates BT; NAO says no to UK 2025 fiber target.
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 10/15/2020
Staying true to the word of its new CEO, DZS (formerly Dasan Zhone) is entering the chase for the billions of dollars tied to the US Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF).
Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 10/14/2020
SCTE/ISBE Cable-Tec Expo - It's not quite the 31 flavors of ice cream offered by Baskin-Robbins, but cable operators do have plenty of choices and technical options in hand with respect to today's DOCSIS 3.1 technology and, further down the road, with DOCSIS 4.0.
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Nicole Ferraro, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 10/9/2020
Also in this roundup: Starlink nearly ready for public beta; USPS suggests it could support rural broadband; FCC to update its incorrect maps; California urges broadband action.
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Josh Hirschey, General Manager, Amphenol Broadband Solutions and Mette Brink, General Manager, Amphenol Procom & Amphenol Antenna Solutions EMEA & APAC, , 5/7/2020
The need to stay ahead of the technology curve is integral to developing networks that can meet or exceed the bandwidth demand of consumers. Within the broadband industry, we've seen first-hand the approach leading equipment providers have taken, which is to acquire companies that will help fill product or service voids and absorb them into their ...
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Ronan Kelly, ADTRAN CTO, EMEA & APAC, shares his thoughts on the regulatory and government policy, technology adoption and consumer services ...
Ronan Kelly, ADTRAN CTO, EMEA & APC, shares his thoughts on industry operators leveraging virtualization, disaggregation and open SDN control, ...
Network slicing promises to be a panacea, but the biggest hurdles are not technological. The grand ambition of enabling intelligent, adaptive, ...
F-Secure has been providing security for endpoints for 30 years, and using AI and machine learning algorithms, for example in the labs to automate ...
Fahri Diner, CEO and Co-founder of Plume, unveiled a new open source initiative, OpenSync, at Broadband World Forum 2018. Announced together with ...
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As the Senior Digital Experience Strategist at Canadian operator Rogers Communications, Lindsey Omelon build on her years of marketing experience to approach her strategy with a hybrid ...
There's certainly no shortage of hype around the use of AI in the telecoms sector, but fewer instances of real-world deployments. South Korean national operator KT is one of those ...
Do a Google search of 'artificial intelligence broadband' and you'll get more than 9 million results in less than a second: The sheer volume of content out there shouldn't surprise anyone ...
Comcast, like any other major communications service provider, is undergoing significant changes in the way it grows its business, how it runs its business and the technologies it uses to ...
Five years ago, NOS board member Manuel Ramalho Eanes banked big on smart homes and smart cities.
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What Service Providers Should Know About WiFi 6
By Greg Owens, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Calix
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