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Every vendor of virtualization technology is promising to help network operators get services to market faster, but Calix today is tackling one of the tougher ...
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Welcome to your weekly edition of Gigabites. Today, Amazon drives a truck through data transfer speed records, Altice commits to fiber rollouts throughout its US ...
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TGIF once again. In this week's Gigabites, Comcast spreads its gigabit wings, RCN takes DOCSIS 3.1 to Chicago, MaxxSouth Broadband rolls gigabit service in Oxford, ...
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DALLAS -- Incompas -- Uniti Fiber is a new US fiber infrastructure company created by combining two existing fiber networks under the ownership of a third fiber optic ...
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TGIF. In this week's edition of Gigabites, start spreading the news, Westchester County in New York plans for gigabit broadband in four cities, AT&T drops its ...
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 9/9/2016
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