To give innovators, inventors and visionaries a broadband infrastructure with no limits, it has to be supported by fiber.
Data is the most valuable business asset, and how you leverage it defines business success.
Details about BT's test of Acacia's 400ZR and OpenZR+ optics over their currently deployed colorless third-party, multi-span, amplified, ROADM line system.
Networks must evolve for the sake of how we work and for the sake of network providers, which are facing an inflection point with the services they provide and how they're delivered to end users.
To realize this pursuit, operators must explore and understand the benefits of streaming, optimize their backends for streaming and pursue low-latency techniques and capabilities.
As consumers drive the demand for more high-quality content without delay, service providers must keep moving 'the edge' of their content delivery networks closer to consumers.
Open networks are the answer to ever-increasing bandwidth needs.
Broadband usage today is completely asymmetrical, making symmetrical requirements misguided.
Service providers need to both bend to the technology realities of the moment, while continuing the march towards a longer-term vision, writes A10's Terry Young.
The Miramar competition provides a look into the breakthrough wireless technologies that the DoD investments have already produced.
Performance on the Internet middle mile, once the network service provider's problem in the MPLS network, is now a concern for the enterprise, writes TeleGeography's Greg Bryan.
Could the high cost of building a fiber connection to each home and business be avoided by using fixed wireless technology? Let's see.
Technological changes occurring at the network layer paired with a mix of new services and capabilities are ushering in a wave of training challenges for the telecom workforce.
Will operators be able to realize 5G's promise of higher revenue earnings?
With demand for a better digital experience on the rise, now is the time for service providers to invest in automation technology to get ahead of their competitors.
Newer technologies, such as low-latency edge compute solutions and adaptive networking, are driving growing acceptance of a subscription-based model that places greater control in the hands of customers.
5G is complex and there are many moving pieces. Getting the distributed cloud right from the beginning will be critical for long-term success.
Using and analyzing real-time and industry-specific data along with the formation of adaptive roadmaps are critical as video service providers work their way out of the pandemic and towards business growth.
The network needs to be set up to prioritize types of traffic – and anything else that employees need – both for the rest of 2021, and to ensure we're ready for what the future might hold.
Cost and scaling and a lack of business value for many video applications remain key issues for ultra-low latency streaming.
A cloud-in-a-box – perhaps more commonly referred to as 'Business in a Box' or 'Infrastructure In a Box' – takes everything to the edge, and dramatically reduces the possibility of business disruptions due to the misfunctioning or end-of-life application servers or network devices at each location.
In this article, Mike Murphy CTO, Nokia North America, outlines key areas that need to be developed to enable true Open RAN deployments at scale.
By reimagining metro networks, operators can start overcoming their most pressing business and technical challenges and reinvent their role in the digital ecosystem.
The past year has taught us many lessons. Among them is the critical role of the cable network in our homes and our daily lives.
For B2B success, CSPs should be open to more collaboration and double down on building an agile network infrastructure that scales, according to CSG.
Improving the customer experience while achieving the full promise of Wi-Fi 6.
Patrick Donegan of HardenStance discusses Orange's activities around AI ethics and looks at how the operator could collaborate with a much broader set of telcos.
While more mature 1Gig and 2.5Gig gear might be financially alluring, 10Gig holds capacity and other performance advantages that can't be overlooked, and can also start to pave a path to future, even more capable PON standards.
Lumen is partnering with Zoom to launch the Zoom Phone, a cloud phone system that provides customers with the ability to migrate on-premises calling systems to a cloud platform which also includes Zoom Meetings, Chat, Rooms and Webinar capabilities.
As demand for connectivity increases, it's time to begin defining the 6G standard, and understanding the benefits and challenges that 6G will present.
A new report reveals that comprehensive network performance management across legacy and SD-WAN deployments will be key to driving successful managed services.
The pandemic has accelerated progress in the broadband market and sharpened the focus on the critical role that connectivity plays in our everyday lives.
Juniper Paragon Automation is a modular portfolio of cloud-native software applications that deliver closed-loop automation in 5G and multi-cloud environments.
What we have here is a failure to communicate.
In 2020, telcos rose to the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic as a force for societal good.
Latency is a key part of the user experience, which is why it is one of the pillars of the cable industry's 10G strategy.
As we climb back out of the pandemic, expect to see lower latency broadband in cable networks, open RAN-fueled 5G rolling out around the globe and AI guiding the systems in smart buildings to peak efficiency.
CommScope's CTO is ready to make some predictions for 2021. But first, he needs to atone for his misses in 2020.
While most companies understand there are infinite ways to improve security, here are the top ways that every organization should be exploring as they seek to secure their newly remote workforce.
Hundreds of partner apps can now run at the edge with Google Cloud and Anthos, writes Google's Amol Phadke.
To gain a deeper understanding of the managed Wi-Fi actions and attitudes of small and mid-sized cable operators, we interviewed 11 cable executives during Q4 2020.
Now that communications service providers have re-asserted their relevance, they have an unparalleled opportunity to boost their influence and involvement in the post-COVID world.
The company's second cloud-native acquisition in as many months shows it is looking to add to its development resources for cloud applications and programming.
The pandemic has forced businesses to change. For telcos, some of those changes will leave them better able to handle the disruption brought on by the fourth industrial revolution, according to industry veterans Javier Ger and Claudio Saes.