Broadband News

AT&T's Stankey: The wireline portion of Project VIP is on track

AT&T is on track with completing the upgrades to its last mile network to support both new U-verse video and broadband customers and new fiber-based connections as part of its Project VIP initiative.

ATIS launches NFV Forum to address virtualization, service roaming

ATIS has introduced its new Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Forum to address the ongoing movement from hardware to software-centric networks and the growing virtual network operator movement concept.

FCC flooded with over 3M comments about net neutrality rules

The FCC said that it received 3 million comments about the proposed net neutrality rules as it approached yesterday's deadline for comments.

Connecticut mayors make call for 1 Gig broadband open access network

Three Connecticut city mayors from New Haven, West Hartford and Stamford have come together in hopes of creating a 1 Gbps-capable open access fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network for the state.

Huawei: Despite security issues, we're making progress in U.S. enterprise sales

SHANGHAI--A top Huawei executive said the company continues to make progress in the U.S. enterprise market despite its struggles in selling network equipment to U.S. wireless carriers.


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"How's your show been?" It's the trade show equivalent of "How's the weather?" It's a pleasant conversation starter. Small talk. This year at CTIA's Super Mobility Week, however, it took on a new significance. After losing momentum to the GSMA's Mobile World Congress, CTIA invested a lot of time and money into making its new event – Super Mobility Week – into something that got people excited…and got them to attend. It merged two shows into one. It pulled together a bunch of diverse organization and partnered events. It did everything it could to make Super Mobility Week a success and people were naturally curious about the results.


According to MachNation's Next Generation IoT Forecast, we will have 24 billion connected IoT devices by 2024. That's 30-40 per cent annual growth for the next 10 years.But we will never see that level of growth unless we make it easy for buyers of IoT to identify and buy an IoT solution.