The following is a guest blog from Jason Walls, Director of Technical Marketing for QA Cafe, and co-chair of the BroadbandHome Working Group at the Broadband Forum, the creator of TR-069, […]
Backhaul links are often underestimated in capital constrained environments. The long lead times required for effective planning of backhaul capacity mean that return on investment calculations can be difficult to justify in short investment windows and the network growth modelling must be effective and highly visible to effectively justify backhaul expenditure
Although it only measures in at around nine miles by five, Jersey yet manages approximately 2% of the world’s wealth. Perhaps it makes sense for a unique place to give birth […]
As the second largest land mass on Earth it’s no surprise that Africa is continent of extremes. Nowhere is this more clearly reflected that in the wide variation of Internet connectivity enjoyed by its inhabitants. While some enjoy the latest in high-speed, fibre connectivity, others remain untouched by any form of radio communications whatsoever.
The following is a guest post from ADTRAN. Tom Stanton, CEO and Chairman of the Board at ADTRAN will be keynoting BBWF with ‘The Inferno of Transformation’ at 0920 on […]
In this interview with Stuart Bird, Director, Fixed Broadband and Bundled Products, Telstra, Australia we find out about how Telstra is innovating to attract customers and how it looks to differentiate its products.
Telecoms firms may be arriving late to the cloud market, but it’s not too late for them to dominate the space and win business customers. While Microsoft, IBM and Amazon […]