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The deployment of 5G has been long anticipated for its exciting benefits: faster speed, better performance, lower latency, and a much more reliable service. However, we rarely talk about the importance of the network infrastructure behind 5G, which needs to be able to continuously support millions of devices at once. And yet, according to a […]

The march towards 5G has been a natural evolution of cellular technology that has been happening since the invention of the telephone – however, the economic impact that 5G brings is what makes it the most significant one. It has only been just over a year since the deployment of 5G began, yet so far […]

The rise of high-tech applications, such as 5G, IoT, Smart Cities, and ultra-HD video conferencing, is driving a need for better connectivity and bandwidth in many places, including office and commercial buildings. Fiber cabling is the primary technology that will be able to support and enable these applications, hence fiber-based building connectivity has been highly […]

There are various ways to which 5G mobile networks can improve the way we live – yet, they are framed as a luxury rather than a necessity. These networks produce faster speeds and lower latency that facilitates ultra-high definition video streaming, which are typically perceived as a means to enhance smartphone and gaming experience. However, […]

Fiber optic technology plays a major part in many businesses today, as most demand a faster, more secure, and larger communication system for their network operations. In the next few years, an increasing number of industries will be looking for new innovative solutions offered by fiber optics, including opportunities in the healthcare and maritime industry. […]

As we know, the demand for broadband services is on the rise and demand is not restricted to towns and cities. Folks living in rural locations need good-quality, high-speed services just as much as their urban cousins. For the majority of cases, especially greenfield sites with no existing infrastructure, Passive Optical Networks (PON) and Fiber-to-the-Home […]

Fiber is being pushed deeper and deeper into access networks worldwide as service providers continue to address subscriber demands for higher capacity services. Going “fiber deep” could be part of G.fast deployments for telco operators or Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) upgrades for cable companies, but the next step (or end step) is full fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) […]

Recent events have abruptly led to the mass-adoption of remote work, permanently changing the way we perceive our digital environments. As we adjust and adapt ourselves to home isolation, technology has become our sole space for community and collaboration. These disruptions have transformed the ways we look at civic, social, and professional engagement for good. […]

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