Two weeks after taking California to court, industry groups American Cable Association, NCTA-The Internet & Television Association, USTelecom and CTIA have Vermont in their sights.
In order to meet customers' current and future needs, operators are investing in future-proof, flexible and smart networks that leverage open source and standards-based software, reports BBWF's Niall Hunt.
A study by Internet firewall vendor Cujo AI hints that residential IoT consumers are very much interested in keeping their smart homes secure and their devices up-to-date – good news for some operators seeking to provide new services.
Networking vendor beats analysts estimates, in part due to new 10-Gig EPON deal with large MSO, super vectoring sale to tier two provider and continued success in rural America, among others.
Beaver Creek Cooperative Telephone Co. needs to replace its legacy system with a future-proof solution that integrated with its enterprise Ethernet offering, had available professional services – but did not break the bank.
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