Avoid the Wiring Trap

In-building wiring is essential for the stable internet access all residents demand. Sound strategy and planning can help asset managers, operators and developers avoid the worst wiring pitfalls.

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A New Technology Standard To Narrow the Digital Divide

The L.1700 standard can help support rural communications in developing countries – and perhaps in the United States as well.

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Enhancing Customer Care

Make purchasing broadband services a frictionless activity.

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Purchasing Bandwidth

Bandwidth isn’t all the same. Make sure the circuit you purchase is appropriate for your community’s needs.

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Bandwidth Hawk: Broadband for Rural Areas and the Poor? Fuggedaboudit!

Economic development in rural areas depends on broadband access – but the FCC’s current initiatives won’t help.

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Topics in Community Broadband

Q&A with Cheri Beranek, CEO of Clearfield Clearfield’s fiber management equipment is used in many community broadband networks, and the company is known for working closely with small deployers ...
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Planning for Poles

Too many fiber network projects fail because deployers make unrealistic assumptions about pole attachments. Don’t let that happen to your project!

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Using Resident and Community Data

Service providers already have what they need to improve connectivity experiences in multifamily housing.

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Companies Whose Offerings Support Fiber for the New Economy

ADTRANwww.adtran.com/broadband Broadband transforms communities, rebuilds urban centers, revitalizes schools, stimulates economic growth and delivers innovative residential and business services. Uniquely ...
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Clean Up Your Act

Fiber networks are more reliable when the installation is kept clean.

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Order Versus Chaos In Student Housing

In dense housing, resident-owned wireless routers play havoc with internet quality. Sometimes a gentle reminder to turn off these routers isn’t enough.

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A Passive Optical LAN For Amtrak Headquarters

Amtrak chose a passive optical LAN as a simple, green, long-term solution for enterprise bandwidth and wireless connectivity.

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The Internet of Things Is Here

Property owners should secure their buildings’ smart technology.

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Best Practices for Installing Fiber in Buildings

Operators have several choices in installing fiber to an apartment or office unit. The right answer depends on building construction and other considerations.

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Is It Time to Renovate?

Property owners and managers need to know when to upgrade their broadband infrastructure.

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Make the Decision to Be Flexible

A provider that sells broadband services to multifamily communities must be able to tailor its sales and marketing strategy depending on who makes decisions for
the community.

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Editor's Note: Building a Fiber-Connected World

The annual FTTH Top 100 list is a window into what’s going on in the industry.

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Bandwidth Hawk: Another Detour for Rural Residents

Welcome to the world of white boxes (for the haves) and white spaces (for the have-nots).

 

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2017 Fiber-To-The-Home Top 100

Fiber-to-the-home leaders and innovators for 2017

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VoIP Services Boost Broadband Revenues

A cloud-based VoIP offering allows broadband providers to tap into the large residential and SMB voice markets without incurring capital expenses.

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Accelerating Broadband Deployment

The FCC examines what policy changes will help providers upgrade their networks.

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Visions of the Network of the Future In Orlando

The Fiber Broadband Association – formerly the FTTH Council – broadened its technology base but its conference emphasized fiber to the home as the ultimate goal.

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Bandwidth Hawk: Carrier Cooperation

Carriers already share many network assets, but they aren’t always forthcoming about these relationships. Why not accept the inevitable?

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In-Building Wireless Systems

Rapidly growing demand for cellular data inside large buildings makes distributed antenna systems increasingly necessary. Fortunately, technology advances have made such systems more affordable than they once were.

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Fiber Mapping Supports Network Growth

How should a small, agile fiber overbuilder decide where to expand next?

 

 

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A View From the Summit

At the 2017 Broadband Communities Summit, held in Dallas in May, fiber deployers shared their experiences and vendors displayed their new technology.

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The Circuits Circus

Managing a telecom network sometimes feels like managing a circus – but the right software can tame even the wildest beasts.

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Bandwidth Hawk: 5G: A Welcome Evolution

Wireless advances will make fiber networks easier to build and finance.

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The Network of the Future Is Already Here

The next generation of FTTH networks is already being deployed. NG-PON makes possible amazing speed, symmetrical service and the convergence of residential, business and mobile networks.

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Hot Products: 16th Annual List of Leading Broadband Technologies & Services

The latest offerings from top broadband hardware and software suppliers, distributors and service providers.

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The Pitfalls of Uncontrolled Access

Multifamily real estate owners should control access to their buildings, their infrastructure and their residents. Here’s why.

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Data-Driven Fiber Projects

An up-front investment in data can help cities build cost-efficient fiber networks that meet the needs of residents and businesses.

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A New Name in the Fiber Game

Fiber to the home is still a great idea. But fiber networks are just as important for businesses, cellular networks, innovation and more. Given today’s realities, “fiber broadband” is a better description of the endgame for broadband networks.

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Editor's Note: Looking Forward

Whatever else happens this year, count on progress toward all-fiber networks.

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Broadband Forecasts for 2017

What’s ahead for the broadband industry in 2017? Growth – and preparation for more growth.

 

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