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MoCA Access set for mid-June availability 

Leveraging its inherent strengths in high performance and high reliability, the Multimedia over Coax Alliance is set to introduce MoCA Access; a new broadband access specification based on the MoCA…

‘Infinite Broadband’ Remote PHY from Cisco

‘Infinite Broadband’ Remote PHY from Cisco

Noting that today’s cable hybrid fibre coax (HFC) plant has grown from primarily a residential video network to a wireline aggregation network for all types of access markets, including small-medium…

Huawei promotes cloud evolution for HFC networks  

Global ICT solutions provider Huawei has taken the opportunity of ANGA COM to release the CloudFAN prototype for multiple system operators (MSOs), and demonstrate fast service provisioning capabilities and smart…

Tata launches F1 IoT competition

Tata Communications, the official connectivity provider to Formula 1 and the Official managed connectivity supplier of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport, is today launching the 2017 F1 Connectivity Innovation Prize and unveiling…

AirTies, Broadcom strategic alliance

At the 2017 Connected TV World Summit in London, AirTies, a provider of premium in-home wireless systems announced a strategic alliance with analogue and digital semiconductor connectivity solutions specialist Broadcom,…

ARRIS Q1 revenues dip

US telco equipment company ARRIS International has announced preliminary and unaudited financial results for the first quarter 2017. Revenues in the first quarter 2017 of $1.483 billion (€1.36bn) were down…

Ofcom consults on opening up BT’s infrastructure

UK comms regulator Ofcom has set out detailed plans for improving access to BT’s network arm Openreach’s infrastructure, making it cheaper and easier for competing providers to connect their own…

Nokia, nbn Australia explore ultra-broadband future

Australia’s nbn [national broadband network] has successfully tested Nokia’s universal NG-PON fibre solution in Nokia’s Melbourne lab facility. The trial achieved aggregate broadband speeds of 102Gbps on a single fibre…

New CEO for TRIAX

Peter Lyhne Uhrenholt has been promoted to CEO from his current position as CPSO (Chief Product and Solution Officer), to take over from Claus Omann who is leaving the company…

Research: Millions frustrated with bad broadband

Despite a broadband connection being considered a modern day essential, research from UK consumer group Which? research reveals that 12.5 million households are frustrated with poor broadband services. ​To help…