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New Zealand's Chorus picks Alcatel-Lucent's XRS core router

May 15, 2014

New Zealand infrastructure operator Chorus has launched the “Chorus Accelerate” program, a new suite of wholesale copper and fiber-optic broadband services designed to encourage faster adoption of FTTx technologies. And it has selected IP routing technology from Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) to build the IP core network that will power the new program.

Choosing an optimal FTTH architecture

May 12, 2014

Making the right choice requires weighing the benefits of different architectures against the business requirements of your FTTH network.

BT reaches fiber broadband target to cover two-thirds of UK

May 12, 2014

BT Group reports that its fiber-optic broadband network now passes more than 19 million homes and businesses, roughly two-thirds of all premises in the UK. The company reached this milestone significantly earlier than expected.

Global fiber broadband subs to double by 2019 says ABI Research

May 8, 2014

The number of fixed-line broadband subscribers around the world grew 6% in 2013 to surpass 665.4 million subscribers, according to the latest figures from market research firm ABI Research.

AT&T increases fiber to the building count in multiple markets

May 2, 2014

AT&T says it has connected hundreds of multi-tenant buildings with fiber in five markets. Part of the service provider’s Project Velocity IP (VIP) program, the Fiber Ready Building initiative seeks to expand the small and medium business customers whom AT&T could offer security, network, and cloud-based services that require high-capacity connections.

Vodafone Netherlands taps Edgeware for FTTH video

May 1, 2014

Vodafone Netherlands has deployed Edgeware´s Distributed Video Delivery Networks (D-VDN) Solution to support Vodafone’s roll out of its Thuis service to its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) customers in the Netherlands, Edgeware says.

FCC Chairman Wheeler pledges support for municipal broadband network efforts

May 1, 2014

In an address to attendees at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association’s (NCTA) The Cable Show in Los Angeles yesterday, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler expressed strong support for the right of municipalities to supply broadband services using their own networks. Wheeler pledged to “preempt” state laws that restrict the construction and operation of such networks.

AT&T releases list of potential new 1-Gbps FTTH markets

April 22, 2014

AT&T has released a list of 21 metropolitan markets in which it might roll out the 1-Gbps GigaPower version of its U-Verse service. How many of these cities will actually see the fiber to the home (FTTH) based service will depend on whether the municipalities “have suitable network facilities, and show the strongest investment cases based on anticipated demand and the most receptive policies,” the service provider said in a press release.

SiFi Networks to build FTTH network for Pacific Grove, CA

April 20, 2014

SiFi Networks says it has signed an agreement to build an open access fiber to the home (FTTH) network in Pacific Grove, CA. The proposed network will be capable of delivering 1-Gbps services.

Sky, TalkTalk, CityFibre partner for 1-Gbps FTTH in York

April 15, 2014

UK service providers Sky and TalkTalk and fiber to the home (FTTH) infrastructure company CityFibre say they will create a new company that will deliver 1-Gbps broadband services in the City of York, as well as two other locations that they will reveal later.

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