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Broadband Forum finalizes two specs to help with 5G deployments
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2/27/2020   Post a comment
The Broadband Forum has completed the development of 5G Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) Architecture (TR-470) and Access Gateway Function (AGF) Functional Requirements (TR-456).
ADTRAN unveils new Global Services Portfolio
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2/25/2020   Post a comment
ADTRAN's service offerings are designed to help service providers deliver competitive, high-quality subscriber experiences.
Genesis unveils new Gfast products
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2/25/2020   Post a comment
Genesis Technical Systems has unveiled new Gfast products based on Broadcom's BCM65450 multichannel system-on-chip (SoC).
TDS to bring Gigabit broadband to Spokane
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2/25/2020   Post a comment
TDS Metrocom has been given the green light to build a 1,100-mile FTTH network in the city of Spokane, Washington.
Bluebird Networks Finishes Springfield, MO, Fiber Expansion
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2/23/2020   1 comment
Midwest telecommunications company completes its fiber expansion and investment in Springfield, Missouri, including interconnecting major business areas in Springfield to the Bluebird Underground Data Center.

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