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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/19/2019
Today's wrap-up also includes a look at smart home automation growth, a Missouri utility's plan to power-up fiber broadband, an update on Reliance Jio's Gigabit Fiber progress and Oxford's discovery of the pros and cons of taking millions from a private equity investor to study AI.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/18/2019
In other news, UK politician Boris Johnson has unrealistic fiber dreams, Comcast sees new opportunities for X1, Dish goes home, UK consumer org may avoid court for angry subscribers and the FCC bumps up USF tax -- a sure-fire way to raise US consumers' ire.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/17/2019
The week begins with the departure of a Liberty Global exec, Airtel Africa IPO news, CityFibre's new fiber pact, fiber-optic testing by the numbers, and the complexities of enterprise IoT.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/14/2019
Also in today's roundup: Zayo's Windy City win, Vodafone's disconnect, KPN's final sale and two approaches to IoT.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/13/2019
Also in today's roundup: Ajit Pai seems to rethink broadband mapping, Huawei wonders about rural broadband, Full Fibre's PON pick, and something for landlords to mull over.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/12/2019
Worldwide revenue for broadband access equipment dropped 2% to $2.9 billion in the first three months of the year, according to a new report by Dell'Oro Group.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/11/2019
Also today: Vodafone and Tele2 make IoT executive hires; MSOs dance around DAA; Dell and Orange push their partnership to the edge; Openreach drills into radar; and Intracom gets inter-continental.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/4/2019
Also in the news today: Telstra has more layoffs, Frontier's western division to stay unchanged through year-end and BT's new logo to debut.
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Alison Diana, Editor, Broadband World News, 6/3/2019
Also, BT chooses a convergence partner, UK operators agree to be fair and Slovenian broadband gets a cash infusion.
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Plume, , 10/23/2018
For many of us, home WiFi systems continue to be a pain almost as often as they are a pleasure. For the operators however, they may just turn out to be an untapped window of opportunity.
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Tuesday, May 21, 2019
11:00 a.m. New York / 4:00 p.m London

The MDU market continues to face fierce competition among service providers due to tech-savvy residents (i.e., millennials), demand from building owners and management companies, plus the favorable economics of bulk contracts. However, no MDUs are the same, so service providers must use multiple technologies and inconsistent deployment models, increasing operational complexity and rollout costs.

The MDU market itself is evolving as residents adopt smart-home technologies, generating rising demand for smart apartments with built-in connected thermostats, keyless entryways and doors, and video doorbells. This evolution presents both new challenges and opportunities. In other words, service providers must consider innovative service-delivery strategies to compete and win.

In this Broadband World News and ADTRAN webinar, Kurt Raaflaub, Head of Strategic Solutions Marketing, will highlight emerging MDU broadband Internet trends and challenges. In addition, Kurt will outline the next-generation service creation and delivery platform, built on open standards, that allows service providers to connect millions of underserved MDUs, enables creation of user-driven services, and reduces operational complexity and costs.

Plus, special guest, Alice Lawson, Broadband and Cable Program Manager for the City of Seattle, will discuss Seattle’s B4B-Build For Broadband initiative that addresses best practices in planning for MDU telecommunication infrastructure.

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