The carrier's CTO, Friedrich Fuss, just gave the opening plenary speech, but since he didn't say anything enlightening, we won't make much of a fuss about it.
Apparently, we'll all need 8 Mbit/s upstream and 50 Mbit/s downstream to take full advantage of the new wave of broadband services. And guess what DT says it can deliver with its VDSL2-based access network?
As with many events there have been a number of early, headline-grabbing news releases. Here's the pick of the crop, so far:
- AlcaLu Racks Up Contract Wins
- Ericsson Lands DT Deal
- Tellabs Takes OTS Global
- NSN Goes to BBWF
- Cavium Goes to BBWF