• Fiber Technology Dominates Asia-Pacific Broadband Growth

    Fiber Technology Dominates Asia-Pacific Broadband Growth

    Fiber deployment across markets and the demand for fast and reliable internet connection increased Asia-Pacific’s customer base to 596.5 million as of year-end 2022, which translates to a 50.7% household penetration rate. Our recent surveys show that fixed broadband service providers earne...
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  • Cable’s Surging Fiber Majority

    Cable’s Surging Fiber Majority

    April 17, 2023 Many cable companies today boast about having more fiber than coax in their outside plant, and according to recent research from Omdia, those numbers are expected to dramatically increase over the next decade. “Forty-three percent of MSOs have already deployed PON in their network...
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  • CPO Market Data Center Project

    CPO Market Data Center Project

    March 21, 2023   Demand for high-speed connections has surged in recent years, driven by factors such as the proliferation of data-intensive applications and the growing popularity of cloud computing. This has led to the development of numerous technologies aimed at increasing network speed...
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  • Hyperscale Data Center Project Pulling Huge Fiber Under Potomac River

    Hyperscale Data Center Project Pulling Huge Fiber Under Potomac River

    February 16, 2023 While Northern Virginia is often considered the center of the internet, it’s running out of power, and real estate is increasingly more expensive. Looking ahead for the long term, is “QLoop,” the name given to a hyperscale data center being developed just north of V...
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  • A Recession Won’t Stop Telecom M&A in 2023

    A Recession Won’t Stop Telecom M&A in 2023

    January 9, 2023 It felt like 2022 was full of deal talk. Whether it was AT&T spinning off WarnerMedia, Lumen Technologies wrapping its ILEC divestiture and selling its EMEA business, or any of the seemingly endless number of private-equity backed telecom acquisitions, the year was positively...
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  • Working the Fiber Technician Workforce Crunch

    Working the Fiber Technician Workforce Crunch

    Working the Fiber Technician Workforce Crunch December 5, 2022 The telecommunications industry realizes it has a workforce shortage and needs to accelerate workforce development. The Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) and the Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) have formally announced an in...
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  • Cable’s Slow Ride to Fiber

    How fast will the cable industry move to all-fiber plant? A Credit Suisse financial analyst believes the industry will be slow to upgrade from coax in less competitive areas, not seeing any urgency in upgrading to faster, more reliable technology, with speed and type of upgrades paced by the comp...
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  • EPB Goes 25G PON

    EPB Goes 25G PON

    EPB Goes 25G PON October 20, 2022 Chattanooga, Tennessee, municipal electric utility EBP built the nation’s first community-wide gigabit network in 2010, providing residents and businesses with symmetrical high-speed service over a 100% fiber network. Now EPB is kicking things up another notch ...
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  • Can Plug-and-Play Fiber Tech Bridge the Broadband Labor Shortage?

    As more fiber rollouts are announced across the U.S., the broadband industry is facing a looming problem: finding enough workers to actually deploy the tens of millions of new passings they’ve promised. Government statistics show the number of telecommunications workers has dropped drastically o...
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  • TPG Reaches New Speeds with Adtran Gfast Fiber Extension Portfolio

    Service provider rapidly upgrades broadband speeds in Australia HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – (August 10, 2020)— Adtran®, Inc., (NASDAQ: ADTN), the leading provider of next-generation multi-gigabit fiber access and fiber extension solutions, today announced that TPG Telecom Group (TPG) is leveraging t...
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  • The Big Fiber Rollup is Coming – The Question is When

    July 6, 2022 With billions of dollars both public and private on the table, new fiber players are springing up left and right. Some are small, rural telcos who have decided to make the technology leap from DSL. Others are entirely new entrants targeting strategic pockets of certain states, as Wir...
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  • Adtran Thinks Wavelength Overlay – Not 25G – Will Be PON’s Next Step Forward

    May 10, 2022 There’s no question XGS-PON has center stage for now, but a debate is raging in the telecom industry about what’s next for PON beyond 10-gig technology. Most are of the opinion that either 25-gig or 50-gig will win out, but Adtran has a different idea: wavelength overlays. Ryan McCow...
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