Broadband World Forum Newsletter Archive
Catch-up on the latest news and information from Broadband World Forum. Including exclusive downloadable content, speaker interviews and benchmarking reports from some of the biggest and brightest in the industry.
Broadband World Forum • Newsletter Archive • 2019
Asia already leads the world in fiber and it's on track to become the world's largest 5G region, as well as a leader in new use cases, markets and opportunities within a few years. Meanwhile, do Verizon's '5G Home' economics add up? Broadband World News editor Alison Diana investigates.
This webinar aims to cut through the hype surrounding emerging technologies and how they are being applied to networks to offer realistic view of the impact of AI, 5G, IoT, NFV, edge computing and more. Register for free, and join our panel of experts as they unpick some buzzwords to talk about the technologies that are making a difference on the ground today...
Broadband World Forum • Newsletter Archive • Sep 2018
Chinese telcos might not have embraced NG-PON2 just yet, but falling component prices, combined with fantastic capabilities are making this solution well worth the price of admission, writes Broadband World News Editor Alison Diana. Especially for operators with both wired and wireless offers.
Exclusive Market Report: Analysis, Statistics and Commentary. The Dutch telecom market boasts one of the most mature broadband sectors in the world, with fibre battling cable as the primary broadband technology. This report by Adrian Pennington, examines the key players, emerging trends and asks if the Netherlands is the model for future broadband connectivity.
As operators push towards ubiquitous gigabit speeds and ready themselves to deliver next-generation services such as 5g, Smart Cities and IoT, Niall Hunt caught up with Google's Strategy & Operations Director Craig Fenton to discuss what these drivers are ahead of his presentation at Broadband World Forum at the Messe Berlin on October 23.
Broadband World Forum • Newsletter Archive • Aug 2018
Welcome to the last of three reports examining the technologies that underpin the future of broadband connectivity. This report looks at network efficiency network efficiency, resiliency and agility, covering NVF, SDN, Automation, Analytics, Open Source and Cloud Central Office.
Even traditional wireless service providers are heavily investing in fibre today, writes Broadband World News Editor Alison Diana. And not because they have plans to develop fixed broadband networks. Rather, these operators recognize the vital role fiber plays in fixed wireless and the burgeoning world of 5G.
The agenda for the two free stages within the exhibition is now live, giving you access to more than 25 hours of free presentations, panels and discussions from operators, analysts, start-ups and technology providers. Meet the leading speakers on our free stages at BBWF 2018.
The Technology of Broadband Part Two – Infrastructure : FTTH, PON, G.Fast, DOCSIS, 5G FWA
Welcome to the second in a series of three reports looking at the technologies that underpin the future of broadband connectivity. This report looks at infrastructure technologies, covering FTTH, PON, G.Fast, DOCSIS and 5G FWA.
Broadband World Forum Newsletter Archive - Jun 2018
Welcome to the first in a series of three reports looking at the technologies that underpin the future of broadband connectivity.
Each report includes: A market overview of this category, The prevailing technologies in the category, The application of these technologies, Where these technologies are being used, Which companies are investing in these technologies and more!
Introducing the speakers at our free Telco Innovation Digital Week. Including Geoff Hollingworth (Mobile Edge X), Marco Ughetti (Telecom Italia), Tomasz Gerszberg (Deutsche Telekom), Trevor Linney (BT) and more!
Domos found a different approach to home Wi-Fi issues by using AI to understand the impact of interference in homes and neighborhoods on connectivity.
This report looks at the product Domos developed and the company's experiences at Broadband World Forum 2018. If you are trying to find a market for your products, this case study will give you excellent insight into how we can help.
Broadband World Forum • Newsletter Archive • May 2018
Network slicing benefits fixed-access networks, even though it's most commonly associated with 5G infrastructure. Broadband World News Editor Alison Diana takes a look at the opportunities of network slicing for fixed-access networks.
Don't tell Comcast executives that broadband growth is slowing down in the US, writes Light Reading Cable/Video Practice Leader Alan Breznick. Despite indications that broadband penetration appears to be nearing the saturation point nationally, Comcast officials still see lots of growth potential ahead. In fact, they are sounding and acting more bullish than ever on broadband.
If you need answers to questions such as: What is the definition of a next-generation network? | What is the business case for NFV and SDN in telco? | How can edge computing benefit telco infrastructure? | What does AI mean for Telcos? || How do you secure a converged network? and more - Then grab your free place at the Telco Innovation Digital Week, June 25 - 29.
The Technology of Broadband Part One: MESH, Home Gateway, CPE and Smart Home
Welcome to the first in a series of three reports looking at the technologies that underpin the future of broadband connectivity. This report looks at the in-home category, covering MESH, CPE, Home Gateway and Smart Home.
Broadband World Forum • Newsletter Archive • Apr 2018
Last year, monetising high speeds and standing out in a crowded market were the two biggest concerns of European broadband operators. Is the same still true today?
Beyond the hype and buzzwords in broadband lies the reality of operating a business. We want to understand what that reality is.
Take part in this year's Broadband World Forum Industry Survey and tell us about the challenges you face as you strive to deliver on the promise of the gigabit society.
The challenge of monetising high-speed broadband was the most crucial component of operators' business strategies, a 2017 worldwide survey of service providers discovered. With even more ultra-broadband networks available today, does this issue still worry operators most -- or has another hurdle replaced it?
Five unmissable days tackling fundamental questions. If you want the answers, BBWF’s Digital Week is the place to be.
Join us for an industry-led webinar exploring how pioneers are modernising their networks in the lead up to 5G. Looking at topics such as: The business case and monetisation for NFV and SDN, Service assurance and QoS and Automation and zero touch.