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October 15, 2010  12:53 PM

Discrepancy alert between network-builders and vendors



Posted by: Tom Nolle
access networks, aggregation networks, core networks, Ethernet, infrastructure, metro networks, network operators, Networking, telecom service providers

It's always fascinating to listen to network operators and even large enterprises talk about their infrastructure projects, and I'm just starting to analyze the first round of our fall strategy survey, so I'm getting that chance on a large scale. It's too early to say how everything is going to...

June 22, 2010  6:42 PM

Could Telstra-NBN deal serve as model for U.S. broadband deployment?



Posted by: Tom Nolle
access networks, Australia, Broadband, CLECs, FCC, Federal Communications Commission, legislation, National Broadband Network, NBN, regulation, return on investment, ROI, Telstra

It looks like Telstra and the Australian government have finally struck a deal for the acquisition of Telstra's access infrastructure for the rollout of Australia's


November 21, 2008  4:16 PM

Global broadband to become universal service?



Posted by: Tom Nolle
access networks, Broadband, CIMI Corp., FTTH, voice

Worldwide broadband subscribers have reportedly passed the 400 million mark, and some telco planners are now seriously looking at broadband as their “dialtone” service in both wireline and wireless—but beyond 2011.

The decision to move to a universal broadband delivery would...


October 22, 2008  1:38 PM

Tellabs to de-emphasize access business



Posted by: Tom Nolle
access networks, Broadband, Tellabs

Tellabs reported a large restructuring loss and plans to de-emphasize its access business to focus on more profitable sectors. Access is a problematic space for equipment vendors because the carriers are putting enormous pricing pressure on access technology since they are not able to profit...


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