Communication services and online applications grow smarter and more dynamic every day. Rapidly evolving entertainment, business productivity, industrial, healthcare, autonomous vehicle, and many more applications are transforming the lives to people around the world. It’s exciting to be a consumer of the limitless innovation that is only a click away.
To be successful, service providers need the networks that connect everyone and everything to keep pace with the content and applications they deliver.
Service providers need a service delivery network with the agility of the data center, adapted to the realities of the outside world.
Software platforms are the innovation engines of our time. They are modular and portable, easily programmed, and broadly extensible. After revolutionizing data centers and handheld devices, software platforms are now transforming the business of broadband.
Next generation networks will be evolutionary for most service providers, guided by unique network, business, and regulatory constraints.
Join us to read and hear the perspectives of distinguished service providers, systems suppliers, analysts, and educators as they share the ideas and inspiration that are driving next generation networks.
Next Generation PON technology choices
5G wireless and fixed access networks
Network programmability and automation
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Ashit Ghevaria gives an overview of 5G technology, why it needs NG-PON2, and highlights the 5G/NG-PON2 panel at ConneXions, where experts will take a deeper dive into the topic. ... READ MORE
Alan DiCicco highlights how fiber access networks are the solution to the challenge of staying ahead of broadband demand, and how the business case to build new FTTP networks has never been easier to prove in.... READ MORE
BroadbandTrends principal analyst Teresa Mastrangelo highlights her special report – Software Defined Access: The Key to Future Competitiveness – which shares strategic insights into the transformation of service providers' businesses, networks, and organizations. ... READ MORE