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Ikanos Introduces Traffic Analyzer, Expanding inSIGHT Footprint for FTTH, Fixed-LTE and Cable Service Providers

Source: October 20, 2014,   Ikanos Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:IKAN), a leading provider of advanced broadband semiconductor and software products for the connected home, today announced Traffic Analyzer, a powerful new capability of the company's inSIGHT Broadband eXperience Manager (BXM), Ikanos' innovative diagnostics and analytics software solution.  Traffic Analyzer enables service providers and their subscribers to easily monitor the subscriber's broadband usage directly from the gateway and to set custom alerts, such as signaling when broadband data limits ar

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Hyperoptic doubles footprint to bring FTTH to four new UK “hyper-cities”

Source: October 7, 2014,   FTTH provider Hyperoptic has added four new UK cities to its “hyper-cities club” as it aims to bring gigabit services to half a million homes by the end of 2018. The company says it has doubled its footprint in six months and will soon reach 75,000 homes across 480 sites after adding Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham and Nottingham to its fibre deployment schedule.   Full Article>>  

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Realising the vision of FTTH 2.0. By Dr Bernard Lee

Source: July 15, 2014, Asia-Pacific shall remain the most dynamic FTTH market for many years to come and is expected to break the 100 million homes connect barrier before the end of this year. Full Article>>

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Austin AT&T GigaPower users finally get 1Gbps; firm discloses further FTTH expansion aims

Source: August 12, 2014, AT&T announced that it has upgraded its ‘GigaPower’ fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service – launched in Austin, Texas in December 2013 – from an existing 300 Mbps maximum internet download speed to the 1Gbps limit it originally promised. Full Article>>

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Bouygues Telecom launches low-cost FTTH

Source: telecoms.comJune 27, 2014,  French service provider Bouygues Telecom, which lost out to cable operator Numericable in its attempt to secure the acquisition of Vivendi’s SFR and lead consolidation in the country’s mobile sector, has launched an assault on the high-speed fixed internet market in the country. Full Article>>

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