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FTTH: Super-onramp to the information highway
FTTH: Super-onramp to the information highway

Telecom operators have come to realize that the speed capacity of copper wires has hit a bandwidth ceiling and that fiber is the only solution. At FTTH Conference 2014 in Stockholm, we hear from Director General of the FTTH Council Europe and several operators about the latest developments of FTTH market in their countries.

Perspectives

The digital divide: The way forward

At the GAS summit, a panel of industry stakeholders was convened to discuss the digital divide. Their words ring true, and Huawei offers some advice on where to go from here.

Welcome to the application ecosystem

Telcos need a better understanding of software economics if they are to prosper in an app-driven world.

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Huawei BOOST: Unleashing the power of ultra-broadband

100M to the home will soon become the norm, and Huawei has a strategy for telcos looking to profit from all this bandwidth: Huawei BOOST.

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OneDevice simplifies the multiscreen equation

Are you getting tired of all your little screens that often don't play nice with one another? The answer may be just around the corner: OneDevice.

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Is SoftSIM in the cards?

Removal of the SIM card from the handset equation would represent only a small change in terms of engineering but a huge change in terms of industry dynamics. Telcos must prepare.

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Industry Talk

Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick of Wired magazine. Recently, he shared with industry leaders his unique brand of futurism and talked about importance of ultra-broadband.
4K is set to redefine how we see and utilize video. Sony is 4K’s most prominent champion. Its Head of AV Media for Sony Professional Europe, Olivier Bovis, shares more details.
In the 1960’s, Roberts created the ARPANET, from which the Internet is a direct descendent. Now at the grand old age of 77, he’s evangelizing his latest proposed upgrade for the Internet - Flow-state Access (FSA).
Professor Rahim Tafazolli, Director of Centre for Communications Systems Research, University of Surrey, painted a vivid picture of IoT enhancing quality of life while providing new revenue opportunities for a host of enterprises.
Laurel West from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) presents a fresh take on the causes of the digital divide. How can we bring the 4.4 billion unconnected online?

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