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Broadband World News is an online community that provides year-round coverage of a market that meets at the annual Broadband World Forum event. Broadband World News provides real-time coverage of the key topics explored at BBWF -- and there's a great deal to discuss, analyze and understand as network operators seek to build the networks and develop the services that will cater to the needs of an always-connected, video-hungry, cloud-oriented user base.

Broadband World News serves as an online resource for ultra-broadband network operators, ISPs, content and video service providers, regulators, investors, utilities and municipal/smart city network developers, providing them with the latest developments in the high-speed fixed-broadband access network sector. BBWN identifies key trends; speaks to industry movers and shakers behind the disruption and deployments; as well as those designing standards and products for operators in space, on land and under the ocean.

Broadband World News provides premium content for readers through breaking news and analysis, executive interviews, case studies and research reports, radio shows, white papers, webinars and its weekly newsletter.

Table 1: 2019 Broadband World News Editorial Calendar

January 2019 Automation & CX
February 2019 PON
March 2019 Smart Planet
April 2019 Gfast
May 2019 5G and Fiber
June 2019 WiFi
July 2019 Selling Cloud Services
August 2019 Advances in Fiber-Optic Cable
September 2019 DOCSIS
October 2019 SD-WAN
November 2019 Mobile
December 2019 Security

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Latest Articles
The XGS-PON platform Frontier selected from Nokia is upgradable to 25-Gig PON 'with basically an optics change,' says Scott Mispagel, Frontier's SVP of national architecture and engineering.
Frontier has hooked up with Nokia to connect about 100,000 homes to XGS-PON technology amid a grander plan to have FTTP deployed to 10 million locations by the end of 2025.
AT&T CEO John Stankey has challenged his execs to explore what it would take to expand AT&T's plan to build FTTP to 30 million locations by 2025. 'Execution and performance' is all that stands in the way, he says.
SCTE, the cable industry's standards-setting organization, has approved standards for enclosures and modules for Generic Access Platform (GAP) nodes designed to support DOCSIS, PON and wireless access technologies.
Financial support for winning bids from more than a dozen smaller broadband players will be disbursed in 120 monthly payments, starting at the end of this month.
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Wednesday, October 6, 2021
11:00 a.m. New York / 4:00 p.m. London

The demand for high-speed broadband services and hyperconnectivity has driven massive surges in network data usage like never before. Due to this trend, the networks of communications service providers (CSPs) are increasingly overburdened. Service providers need to optimize their networks to scale service delivery efficiently, while maximizing the opportunity to innovate at a rapid pace.

Learn how cloud-native containerized solutions can position CSP networks for long-term evolution and sustainable growth. Hear practical steps and flexible options for implementing a cloud-native PON solution in your network. Discover how to maximize operational resources and make way for enhanced applications, innovations and new use cases.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Microservices
  • Containerization
  • How to implement cloud-native containerized PON
  • The convergence of fiber and mobile networks



 
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