Wireline to drive 70% of telecom gear sales growth through 2018 says Dell'Oro

The emphasis carriers globally are placing on wireless services will benefit wireline equipment spending through 2018, according to recently published reports by Dell'Oro Group.  


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08/18/2014 Spending on optical network hardware grew 27% sequentially in the second quarter of 2014, coming in at $3.3 billion, ...

C Spire chooses ADTRAN for Mississippi gigabit network

08/18/2014 ADTRAN, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADTN) says its fiber-optic broadband platform has been chosen by C Spire for the carrier’s gigab...

Ixia expands 100GbE test support via additional optical transceiver interfaces

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PEG Bandwidth picks Ekinops for 100G route expansion

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Optical components market to grow 8% in 2014 says Ovum

08/14/2014 The global optical components (OC) market posted revenues of $6.8 billion in 2013, up 3% from the 2012 level, accordi...

ADTRAN offers frequency division vectoring for VDSL2, G.fast

08/14/2014 ADTRAN, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADTN) has unveiled Frequency Division Vectoring (FDV), which it says will enable G.fast and VDSL...

Yenista opens new office in California

08/14/2014 French test and measurement equipment manufacturer Yenista Optics SA has opened a sales support and repair center in ...
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