VDSL2 access tech booms as Alcatel-Lucent shipments pass 10 million

Alcatel-Lucent has confirmed shipments of its VDSL2 vectoring line equipment have surpassed 10 million, as the technology becomes increasingly popular among global service providers. The announcement was made alongside Proximus, formerly known as Belgacom, at a ceremony in Brussels.

ADTRAN to launch commercial in Q2 2015

Broadband access specialist ADTRAN has revealed it will launch its product by the end of the second quarter of 2015. The company said it is moving from a technology concept to commercial reality, helping service providers take advantage of existing networks and bypass cost restrictions posed by fibre-to-the-home ((FTTH) implementations.

Alcatel-Lucent debuts ‘Zero Touch Vectoring’

Paris-headquartered telecoms equipment vendor Alcatel-Lucent has announced an innovation for VDSL2 Vectoring, called ‘Zero Touch Vectoring’, designed to eliminate the need to update the firmware on all modems on the network.

Copper still a viable solution for fast broadband says BT

UK incumbent BT may well extend the life of its copper broadband network rather than switch to fibre for faster broadband. Lucy Dimes, chief executive of Alcatel-Lucent UK and Ireland told a forum in London last week that vectoring broadband technology (VDSL) could extend the life of copper technology to provide speeds of up to 100Mbps, ZDnet has reported.


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