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Editor's Note: The Winner’s Circle

This year’s FTTH Top 100 list reflects a healthy and growing fiber-to-the-home industry.

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Bandwidth Hawk: Huawei: So Many Pronouncements, So Little Change

Hobbled by lack of technical insight on telecom trade, government policy remains muddled – and dangerous for network deployers.

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Are You Smarter Than an AOL User

To meet customer expectations, multifamily broadband providers must be able to troubleshoot a variety of problems that may be unrelated to broadband.

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CE Week Exhibits Digital Lifestyle Products

This year’s show featured advanced aerial cameras, multifunctional TVs and even high-tech cookware.

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Good Broadband Needs Good Maps

Insufficient government maps, plant records and marketing are a few of the challenges to accessing accurate data.

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Luxury Residents ‘Blanketed’ in Wi-Fi, IoT Apps: Ten Thousand, Beverly Hills, California

By blanketing its Ten Thousand property with Wi-Fi,  Crescent Heights is easing how its Beverly Hills residents interact with technology. Our thanks to Diego Salas, CTO of Bel Air Internet and Brian Locks of Crescent Heights for helping gather information for this profile.

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2019 Fiber-To-The-Home Top 100

Fiber-to-the-home leaders and innovators for 2019

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Broadband Mapping Is a Mess. No One Knows What To Do About It.

As Congress and the FCC look for solutions to fix the problem of broadband mapping, they should consider a variety of factors, including speeds, prices, availability and reliability of service and competition.

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CenturyLink Refreshes MDU Broadband Focus

Telco sets new MDU fiber consumer goals as questions about its ILEC future loom.

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Fiber Presents Opportunities, Challenges for Providers

The 2019 edition of the Fiber Broadband Association’s annual conference, Fiber Connect, held in Orlando, Florida, in June, showcased many fiber community success stories and a variety of innovations that promise to expand fiber deployment. It highlighted how fiber can increase home values, why video is a competitive advantage for providers and new products and technologies that could transform the industry. It also brought to light the need to increase bandwidth and provide flexible service, permitting obstacles, and other challenges.

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Microtrenching Goes Mainstream

Under the right circumstances, it offers several advantages over macrotrenching, including cost and time savings.

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Infrastructure Readiness For 5G and Beyond

Gyroscope-based 3D mapping of telecom ductwork will verify whether it’s ready for high-density fiber optic cable.

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The Power and Promise of Fiber Networks

As high-bandwidth connectivity influences our lives in ever more important ways, making proper investments in communications infrastructure to stay ahead of demand also becomes ever more important.

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V and E Bands Key to the 5G Revolution

They offer an affordable, accessible way for smaller and rural providers to gain spectrum and deliver on the promises of 5G.

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Smart Communities Offer Convenience and Affordability for All

Though there are still challenges to implementation, smart technology – from thermostats to lighting – stands to benefit everyone.

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Telehealth Promises to Transform U.S. Health Care

Abundant, inexpensive bandwidth could boost health care efficiency, efficacy and capacity – but only if a number of barriers are overcome.

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Does Poor Broadband Deter Telemedicine Adoption?

A new study finds that inadequate broadband may be a major reason for low adoption of telemedicine. Other experts argue that even slow broadband can help build rural health care capacity.

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