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Downloadable reports, press releases and white papers on fixed networks, future broadband, 5G, virtualisation and business strategy

Our sponsors offer their view on 5G, Smart Homes, Open Source, Next-generation Networks and the Future of Broadband

OPENSYNC™ INITIATIVE ENVISIONS CLOUD-MANAGED MODERN SERVICES


Software Abstraction of Devices to Help Develop New Applications and Services for Consumers’ Home Networks

The home network, the role of Internet Service Providers (ISP), and consumers themselves evolved and changed enormously over the past 25 years.

Read the white paper and learn about:

- The rapid evolution of the home network and the changing ISP landscape
- The challenges that ISPs face in meeting the needs of the modern consumer
- Introduction to the OpenSync™ initiative and what problems it resolves
- How industry leaders such as Bell Canada, Comcast and Liberty Global have embraced OpenSync™ to accelerate the delivery of modern home services

Learn more about OpenSync™ >

BROADBAND MEETS MESH: FRITZ!BOX 7583 FOR G.FAST AND SUPERVECTORING AND THE NEW MESH FROM FRITZ!OS 7


At Broadband World Forum 2018, AVM presented its FRITZ!Box portfolio as well as new mesh functions for long-range WiFi and stable connections in users' home networks. 

The focus is on the new FRITZ!Box 7583, which supports all DSL technologies, from VDSL and supervectoring to G.fast with 106 MHz and 212 MHz. Thanks to the Dual Line Interfaces the FRITZ!Box 7583 can also bundle these DSL technologies (bonding). An additional highlight at was FRITZ!OS 7.

ZTE DESCRIBES THE FUTURE OF ACCESS NETWORKS AT BROADBAND WORLD FORUM

Analysing the trends at the heart of future networks

From the demands of 5G to managing big video in 4k, 8k and VR, ZTE looks at what is driving gigabit demands. With its dominant position in China and globally, ZTE offers three reports paying the way for the next generation of networks

FOLLOW THE ZTE STORY

Simple AO The Road to Access Office Re-Architecture

Nowadays, the telecommunications industry is experiencing massive changes. New generations of technologies, new concepts, and new services keep attracting people.

One of the hottest topic for the community is 5G, which is expected to enable lots of exciting services including ultra-high broadband, ultra-reliable and low-latency communications, and massive connections.


ZTE Defines Its Role in a 5G Infrastructure

ZTE Corporation showcased its innovative solutions for wired and mobile networks at BBWF 2018, a global exhibition of network infrastructure and a flagship event in the broadband industry.

Prospects of ZTE Beyond 100G OTN Transport

The next three to five years will be a period of rapid development of broadband networks in China. As a variety of new services gradually mature and are widely deployed, the demand for network bandwidth will grow exponentially. Due to the surging bandwidth growth, the existing 100G OTN capacity has become increasingly saturated. With the development of beyond-100G OTN technologies, it has become an inevitable trend to deploy the beyond-100G OTN

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