Telecom Routing and Switching
- June 18, 2015
In telecom news, AT&T and ONOS Project held the first CORD proof-of-concept demo at Open Networking Summit, while Los Angeles may deploy municipal Wi-Fi.
- May 12, 2015
In telecom news, Joytel plans to expand its service in Florida markets using dark fiber from Allied Fiber, while Huawei looks to thrive in the wake of Nokia's Alcatel-Lucent deal.
- April 08, 2015
In telecom news, a report shows that fiber services are reaching more businesses as operators increasingly deploy fiber, while the Ethernet switch market continues to hit revenue records.
- January 28, 2015
In telecom news, the Ethernet switch market is expected to reach $25 billion, while Verizon's Q4 report shows the impact of mobile carrier competition.
- December 17, 2014
In telecom news, AT&T's SDN plans gain traction with Domain 2.0, while global Ethernet switch revenue hits record highs.
- December 10, 2014
In telecom news, the ITU ratified the G.fast broadband standard, while an Infonetics report indicates the LTE market could peak next year.
- November 12, 2014
Alcatel-Lucent introduced a virtual edge router for service providers to bring more flexibility to carriers looking for cloud service agiliity.
- September 03, 2014
In telecom news, virtual routers are increasingly popular for carrier services, while provider router and switch revenue was up 20% from last quarter.
- August 27, 2014
In telecom news, tests show that deploying LTE over unlicensed spectrum can offset growing data usage, and Silicon Valley is ripe for fiber competition.
- May 12, 2011
Internet backbone operators anecdotally report rising demand from carrier customers for IPv6 connectivity, but it's unclear when large amounts of traffic will materialize.
- May 05, 2011
Deciding when and how to convert IPv4 to IPv6, service providers face numerous technical and business issues; find out what matters most in this Q&A.
- February 24, 2011
Operators caching content close to users and handling more mobile broadband traffic are finding that the mission of metro networks is changing enough to benefit from increased IP connections in addition to traditional Ethernet connections in ...
- December 02, 2010
Qwest CTO Pieter Poll sheds light on the telecom network management challenges that rapid broadband traffic growth and streaming video present for fixed line operators.
- August 03, 2010
Operators deploying IPv6 must use their influence to overcome IPv6 issues beyond their control -- namely, responsiveness from vendors, content providers and other carriers.
- July 29, 2010
After years of shrugging off calls to develop and implement an IPv6 transition plan, operators have begun to ready their networks to support the next-generation Internet protocol. But a successful IPv6 migration requires more than just upgraded ...