We caught up with Ian Wheelock, Engineering Fellow at ARRIS, ahead of Broadband World Forum this week. What will you be discussing in your presentation at BBWF? I will be presenting how to use existing home gateways as the enabler … Continue reading Can ARRIS fix the smart home dilemma?
CityFibre has been very busy of late as it continues the push of its Gigabit City project. We managed to get some time with Mark Collins, director of Strategy and Public Affairs at CityFibre, ahead of his appearance at next week’s Broadband World … Continue reading Leading the charge for Gigabit Cities
Aima Owen, Network Engineer at Openreach, graciously shared some time with us and shared her experience training and working for Openreach. Continue reading It’s more than just fixing the internet
FiberPlanIT specialises in FTTx network planning and design. CEO Raf Meersman caught up with us ahead of next week’s Broadband World Forum and shared his thoughts on the future of FTTx. Continue reading What can we do to reduce the cost of FTTx deployment?
Stefaan Vanhastel, Head of Global Marketing for Fixed Networks at Nokia gave us a few minutes of his time ahead of next week’s Broadband World Forum event. Continue reading Will 5G make fixed line networking obsolete?
Ahead of his keynote we managed to catch some time with Brian Metzger, Vice President of Global Marketing, Nominum, to catch up on what Nominum will be showcasing. Continue reading Why DNS is at the heart of digital transformation
Last year Swisscom was the first telco company in Europe to have customers browsing with the standardised G.fast chipset. Still highly regarded in the industry for leading the way in high bandwidth coverage, we recently caught up with one of … Continue reading How a network expansion strategy lowered FTTH costs
Kalman Tiboldi, Chief Business Innovation Officer at TVH, tells us how TVH is using broadband and wi-fi in the workplace. Continue reading Interview with Kalman Tiboldi
High quality, symmetric, low cost networks are the bedrock underpinning much economic and social activity.
We caught up with Malcolm Corbett, CEO of The Independent Networks Co-operative Association (INCA), to discuss everything from connectivity goals to broadband and LTE.