Steven Shalita, VP of Marketing, NetScout Systems, Inc., discusses how 3G and LTE mobile network operators can leverage their service assurance investments for network-derived business and operational intelligence.
Cox's Jeff Finkelstein outlines the anticipated benefits and drivers of Docsis 3.1, and explains how much bandwidth operators will need to free up during the initial deployment of the emerging, multi-gigabit platform.
New CableLabs CEO Phil McKinney offers an update on the R&D house’s activities, including his top priorities, the role that the recently formed 'innovation team' will play, and when CableLabs expects to complete the Docsis 3.1 specifications
Adtran is working with customers to deliver new, innovative solutions for every ingress point in the network. These innovations are enabling service providers to accelerate change; quickly launching next-gen services. The only constant is change
At the Broadband World Forum, Broadcom's vice president and general manager for Broadband Carrier Access, Greg Fischer, talks PON chips, vectoring, next-gen Wi-Fi and his love for John Belushi's guitar-smashing antics
Jay Wilson, senior VP and general manager for Adtran's Carrier Networks Division, talks about the company's prospects in Europe following the purchase of NSN's fixed access assets, the demand for vectoring capabilities and his preference for Kevin Costner over Russell Crowe
Heavy Reading analysts Graham Finnie and Gabriel Brown discuss the apparent unwillingness of European operators to match their peers in Asia/Pacific and North America when it comes to major investments in fixed-line broadband