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Averting Another Network Transformation Catastrophe. The Year of 10Gbps Broadband. Webinar – The Next Broadband Battleground: Service providers will learn how they can build and operate best-of-breed networks inclusive of ADTRAN’s CORD-based wavelength agile Nx10Gbps fiber access and Coriant’s complete line of industry-leading aggregation to core transport solutions. Mosaic’s open approach to … Read More.
Sumitomo Electric is a leading global provider of next-generation Optical Broadband Access network solutions in Asia and North America. ADTNa leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced a significant expansion to its Mosaic Subscriber Experience Suite adding two new applications that give service providers network and subscriber intelligence, as well as remote in-home device management. These powerful software applications support a user-driven service model to enable a simple, intuitive experience with better in-home network visibility and performance.
Mosaic Subscriber Insight — personalizes the subscriber experience through a network intelligence tool that improves business operations, drives new service adoption and increases customer loyalty. Mosaic Device Manager — streamlines the subscriber experience through a device management tool that empowers service providers to monitor and maintain in-home customer devices and Wi-Fi networks remotely. ADTNa leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced its new cloud-managed whole home mesh Wi-Fi solution, which provides ubiquitous coverage, automated Wi-Fi performance enhancements and improved security.
The next-generation broadband technology, Gfast, will be launched on the nbn broadband access network inallowing the operator to deliver ultra-fast speeds over copper lines. In applying Gfast, it is ensuring its users will more quickly realize the benefit of these services … Read More.
Presented at a special awards dinner on Wednesday, October 25, as part of the annual Broadband World Forum event in Berlin, Germany, the award recognises the vendor whose solution has spurred development in fixed access and improved end user experience. The … Read More. It enables service providers 1184 accelerate their path to SD-Access architecture, allowing them to better compete with emerging OTT providers operating at web-scale.
ADTRAN will demonstrate the potential of an open, SDN-controlled network providing a reliable, scalable network that allows quick and efficient deployment of current and next-generation services. ADTNaddtran leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced adtrran agreement with CCS to deliver self-organizing mmWave technology for backhaul and access capabilities to wired and wireless operators as they embrace 5G densification architectures and significantly higher access speeds.
Tunisia … Read More. Suite of software tools delivers service control to empower end-user experience, accelerates service provider time to revenue. Optimizes operations with tools for automating network management tasks and repairs; Empower End Users: Accelerates user-driven services model facilitating the transition of the delivery of new network operations and on-demand consumer services into the hands of the user; and Elevate Customer Focus: Improves overall customer satisfaction with products that simplify network access and connectivity and maintain the desired quality of experience QoE.
This software … Read More. New alliance provides unique forum for collaboration and integration among leading solution providers with the most open SD-Access solution in the industry. Mosaic Alliance members will have access … Read More. ADTNa leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced that it has taken adtrna next step in mobilizing Software Defined Access by successfully demonstrating non-service impacting wavelength agility and ultra-low latency with its NG-PON2 solution.
Non-service impacting wavelength agility also provides increased network resiliency and real-time elastic capacity, and delivers a mechanism to optimize utilization of available optical wavelengths in the access network. This approach enables telecom and cable operators to create real SD-Access based services within either a test or live environment, speeding time to value, … Read More.
This software suite addresses the broadband access subscriber management feature sets that have historically been served by large monolithic broadband network gateway BNG routers. Eliminating these legacy BNG devices from the network will enable operators reduce upfront capital and ongoing operational costs by an order of magnitude. ADTNa leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced the start of lab testing of the latest innovations in the G.
DT is evaluating these ultra-broadband technologies using Fibre-to-the-Building FTTB deployment models allowing the use of existing cable infrastructure within the home. This will allow the rapid deployment of ultra-fast and gigabit adtrxn services with minimal disruption.
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This doubling of the usable spectrum allows service providers to deliver gigabit 1184 over a single copper pair, enabling robust fibre-like service delivery all the way to the customer premise. In contrast to cable systems, the bandwidth of G.
ADTNa leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced its new disruptive Gfast deployment model to enable network operators to deliver gigabit speeds as widely as possible throughout their networks.
Operators in highly competitive dense urban and urban environments are often challenged in their ability to extend their fiber-based gigabit services because of the time and cost associated with trenching fiber.
This added distance eliminates construction requirements that can often delay service roll outs, enabling service providers to offer gigabit services in just days or weeks versus months or years. As the editor for this effort, … Read More. So how can service providers innovate to win in this highly competitive broadband battle? DVD AudioMP3s revolutionized the music industry by focusing on music portability and file sharing, at a lower audio quality.
As outlined in part 1 of this blog, service providers need to understand innovation dimensions and double-down on efforts to impact the “subscriber experience” to effectively compete for subscribers’ wallet-share. So where do you start? In the radio show, Jeremy outlined how the subscriber experience should cover all touchpoints of the customer journey, and that starts with their very first interaction.
Jeremy highlighted initial service activation, which traditionally has involved aetran proprietary systems leading to data entry xdtran and swivel chair operations, resulting in multiple contact center calls and expensive truck rolls – identifying service activation as adtfan target area for service innovation. Jeremy pointed to the shift towards SD-Access networks that enables end-to-end service orchestration, simplifying and automating provisioning, resulting in delighted subscribers from day one.
I’d encourage you to check-out the radio show in its entirety on Light Reading’s website. History has shown how potential becomes artificially restricted with the presence of imbalance.
The world we live in is forever evolving, with the old being replaced by the new.
Production and distribution models are being flipped on their heads, while the marriage of creation and consumption is being blown apart. The access networks that underpin much of this change will themselves be permanently altered by it. The good news is next generation platforms have the potential to capitalize on this new reality and shift the balance back in favor of their owners. They must be able to scale quickly to meet capacity demands for new services and applications.
They must escalate operations to run mobile, residential, and enterprise on the same infrastructure to address the evolving requirements of IoT and cloud computing.
But how do they meet these demands while reducing space, power, and footprint? Earlier this month, the SDN use case for broadband access progressed further within the open networking consortiums. Labs several years ago to develop 11448 architecture. The goal of CORD is to provide a reference architecture for SD-Access evaluation platforms for field trial on commercial operator networks.
It should be noted that ON. Given the fast pace of progress with G. Ovum predicts 30 million G. This latest example includes lab trials of coordinated dynamic time allocation cDTA and Mhz transmission.
DT is evaluating this technology for fiber-to-the-building adtdan, which will enable adtrah access at lower cost than FTTP, and with less disruption to customers. As a number of factors converge to herald a new software defined shift, and with SD access becoming mainstream, software defined networks SDN and network function virtualization NFV are increasingly working their way into the wider communications discussion.
But what does it mean for service providers? Why is now the right time to embrace it? While the terms SDN and NFV are bandied around, the lack of industry education around them poses a potential barrier when trying to link the potential of this new technology 11148 the way we do business more widely. For decades, the access portion of telecommunications networks — as well as many other parts of the network — have been the domain of highly specialized and proprietary technology.
In the last decade, this has generally meant a mixture of passive optical networking PON and digital subscriber line DSL services. Now CORD can change the way these services are deployed. In the CORD vision, all central offices could be standardized around a generic hardware infrastructure defining racks of servers and switches.
These generic hardware modules will be controlled by software that can be programmed and run using a standard, Linux-based operating system. The CORD model will transform this, creating standardized generic hardware platforms.
Having some prior knowledge of the subject at hand, I still find different points of view to be very informational as I continue to track these emerging technologies. Items I found particularly interesting were: By applying modern data center principles to an access network, agility is created to support user-driven service delivery Low latency is a key tenant for delivery PON services in support of the emerging 5G standard Network elasticity provides the ability to right size a network instantly, but also provides flexibility like Fixed Access Network Sharing NG-PON2 is an ideal physical layer technology for taking full advantage of an SD-Access architecture The webinar is archived on the UBB site for on demand listening, I encourage you to check it out!
But so far, the discussion has largely left out the access networks — mobile, broadband, and voice connections to the customer — which are crucial to building a full SDN and NFV platform. What exactly is required to build software-defined access SD-Access? Billions of customers worldwide require a connection to the first hop in the network, known as the last mile, which means that somewhere there is a piece of technology that must connect to the network from the customer premises, a device known adgran customer premises equipment CPE.
This platform needs to be open, flexible, and programmable, enabling configuration of the underlying access hardware to be made via software. Political leaders have a fine line 11148 tread when it comes to declaring their policy ambitions for future broadband rollout.
Businesses and individuals expect to avtran about faster speeds, and more widespread availability. The service providers who will deliver it need to champion realistic expectations, preferably under a regulatory regime that offers complete certainty. Geared to the yearthe new strategy supersedes earlier targets forand should begin its passage through the European Parliament imminently.
All being well, it could be adopted by early Faster and faster broadband speeds have been artran staple of industry talk for as long as I can remember. We can thank that energy for delivering Gigabit access to our communities.
BT has been in the UK headlines quite a lot these past few weeks. Influenced by the network and services scale and agility that data center networks have achieved over the past decade, telecommunications networks are now applying those same architectural principles to transform the way in which broadband networks are being built going forward.
The resultant next generation network drastically streamlines service and application innovation to enable new revenue streams offsetting the increased competition from Over-the-Top OTT providers and the cost of maintaining annual double-digit LTE, enterprise and broadband traffic growth. Hailing myself from rural Kentucky, I am especially eager to see the benefits realized from these communities being broadband-enabled, just like those hailing from other densely populated communities.
These are high-cost areas, and winning broadband providers agree to build broadband facilities at the lowest cost, among all the bidders.
Winning bidders must also offer at least one voice and one broadband service. Service fees must be reasonably comparable to similar offerings in urban areas.