- The Latest Issue (Nov 21, 2013) of our newsletter “The Voice of Broadband” is available for download
- Global Survey Confirms Smart Home Services Key to New Revenue Opportunities for Broadband Operators
- Do we really need Gigabit Broadband Speeds? Eventually.
- Is VDSL2 Vectoring Destroying the FTTH Business Case?
- The Cable Show 2013: Too Legit To Quit
- By: Medical Jobs
- Ernie Johnston on Do we really need Gigabit Broadband Speeds? Eventually.
- PSTN Abandonment: Is it happening? - Best Phone System on Verizon Getting Aggressive with Copper Plant Shutdown
- eamonn on The Fixed versus Mobile Condundrum – Part II
- Alcatel-Lucent ayuda a los operadores a optimizar sus redes - On Digital Magazine on Demand for VDSL2 Vectoring Expected to Be Significant
- mathewpb on Global Survey Confirms Telcos Embracing VDSL2 Vectoring
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Category Archives: Service Provider
Broadbandtrends recently conducted a global service provider survey of telecommunications operators regarding their plans to offer Smart Home and Premium IT Support services. Many service providers are looking to offer new services that leverage their broadband infrastructure to drive new … Continue reading
This was the question posed on a recent Linked-In survey and it made me stop to think about the direction of the market. Alot has been written about the benefits of VDSL2 Vectoring ( I myself have written extensively about … Continue reading
The 2013 NTCA Cable Show opened up with MC Hammer performing 2 Legit 2 Quit and while it was entertaining to most (except the gentleman sitting next to me with his fingers in his ears) the message was clear – … Continue reading
Broadbandtrends recently conducted a global service provider survey of Telco operators regarding their plans to deploy VDSL2 Vectoring. VDSL2 Vectoring is a noise-cancellation technology that enables operators to significantly increase the speeds offered over their existing copper infrastructure. Key findings … Continue reading
Google announced today (April 9, 2013) that Austin, TX would be the next Google Fiber city, with service expected by mid-2014. Google Fiber will utilize a similar build-out strategy in Austin (that was used in Kansas City), by dividing the … Continue reading
The FCC held its first Technology Transition workshop on Monday March 18, 2013. The purpose of the workshop was to solicit input on three critical ongoing transitions: 1) TDM to IP; 2) copper to fiber and 3) wireline to wireless. Per … Continue reading
I wrote about this topic back in January 2012 , but felt it was worth a revisit given this opinion piece that appeared in Forbes today titled “Why High Speed Broadband Fibre Is Becoming Irrelevant” In this article, the author … Continue reading
North American telcos had a tough year in fixed broadband during 2012 – as net additions dropped 60% from the previous year, while cable net additions held steady. Telcos continue to be challenged by cable operators that are – on average- … Continue reading
Broadbandtrends recently published its Market Outlook and Vendor Scorecard Report for VDSL2 Vectoring. Key Findings: Alcatel-Lucent is the market leader for VDSL2 Vectoring and 27% of global VDSL2 ports will be vectored by 2017. This 2-part Report contains the VDSL2 Vector … Continue reading
North American Telco operators struggle to gain fixed broadband subscribers endures as cable operators continue to capture a larger share of the market through faster speeds and better bundles. During 3Q12, cable operators outpaced Telco (DSL + FTTx) by 7:1 in … Continue reading