Panel: “Fiber, Fiber Everywhere”

July 17, 2012
with Craig Bowden, CFOS/I, FiberNext LLC, and Mark Conner, FTTA technical program manager, Corning Cable Systems

It's not just residential end users who need more fiber, but many of the latest technologies that require more fiber to operate effectively. This panel discusses the need for significant fiber deployment for wind farms and solar energy and for greater wireless reach using fiber to the antenna and to the cell tower. Moderated by David St. John, principal, St. John Communications.

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