Broadband access specialist ADTRAN and network equipment vendor Aethra Telecommunications are to demonstrate what is said to be the first G.fast reverse powered Fibre-to-the-Distribution-Point (FTTdp) multi-port system at the Broadband World Forum 2014, held in Amsterdam this week. The demonstration will encompass ADTRAN’s 500G series of G.fast Distribution Point Unit (DPU) systems featuring patent-pending reverse [...]
Reaching the Future Network State – Expanding the Broadband Opportunity | Thursday 11th December 2014 at 4pm UK time
During the session participants will explore the status of technologies and solutions used to accelerate premium broadband services whether residential, enterprise or mobile – such as G.fast, vectoring and Next-Generation FTTH that are reinventing the network. We will also examine new deployment models that not only accelerate broadband deployment, but make it more affordable and more profitable.
Broadband access specialist ADTRAN has revealed it will launch its G.fast product by the end of the second quarter of 2015. The company said it is moving from a technology concept to commercial reality, helping service providers take advantage of existing networks and bypass cost restrictions posed by fibre-to-the-home ((FTTH) implementations.
Broadband access specialist ADTRAN has introduced a new technology to maximise existing copper wire infrastructure and deliver higher headline speeds in the EMEA region. Frequency Division Vectoring (FDV) provides operators with the ability to optimise the use of G.fast and VDSL2 technologies.
The need for bandwidth is insatiable. As a result, the network is undergoing drastic change to adapt to the demand for high-speed bandwidth services. To meet this challenge, ADTRAN is reinventing the network with a portfolio of innovative solutions that enable service providers of all types and sizes to evolve, change and grow.
With just five weeks to go until the winners of this year’s Broadband InfoVision Awards are announced, we preview the shortlisted entries for the category Best Broadband Access (Wireless).
Nokia-Siemens Networks (NSN) has announced that it is selling its broadband access unit to US firm Adtran, as it continues to undergo a major restructuring. The mobile infrastructure vendor has already sold its Moto WiMAX unit to infrastructure player NewNet Communication Technologies and its microwave business to DragonWave.