Category: G.fast


All Modes Lead to Home: The New Broadband Access Boom

Mobile broadband in the form of 4G and now 5G may have been grabbing the headlines for the past few years, but in the background the fixed line broadband market has been growing steadily, driven by both regulatory imperatives and operator expansion ambitions on the supply side, and the increasing use of bandwidth-hungry applications on the demand side.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: High fibre diet

Having been abandoned a week ago Scott is once more joined by Jamie and Iain. They start by recapping the recent Broadband World Forum event in Berlin, which was attended by Iain and Scott, the latter being reminded how little he knows about fixed line networking. Meanwhile we’re in the middle of the Q3 earnings season and the big US tech giants are raking it in once more. On the back of that they mull over the power of the big internet brands and wonder which other industries they might yet disrupt.

Huawei and Omantel will Deploy the First G fast in the Middle East

On July 3rd 2017, Huawei announced that Huawei will jointly deploy the first G.fast network in the Middle East with Omantel, a leading operator in Oman, at the ninth Huawei User Group Meeting. Huawei’s E2E G.fast solution boosts Omantel to construct ultra-broadband networks efficiently by reusing existing copper lines.  Click here to read more

Nokia demos first 10 Gbps full duplex DOCSIS 3.1 XG-CABLE

Nokia’s Bell Labs division has announced what it claims is a world-first lab test of XG-CABLE, a technology that promises 10 Gbps symmetrical data speeds over Hybrid Fiber Coax cables using full duplex DOCSIS 3.1 technology.

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