Analysis & opinion

14 February 2019

Geoff Bennett outlines three myths surrounding optical capacity, and how they can be dispelled

01 February 2019

Mathieu Bergont and Francois Couny look at the challenges that come with PIC testing and measurement

31 January 2019

John D'Ambrosia explains how various Ethernet standards developed in IEEE 802.3 over the past decade are enabling a myriad of products to find their way into deployment throughout the Ethernet eco-system

31 January 2019

Roshene McCool and Matthew Guinan advise how operators can meet the connectivity distribution and densification challenge

28 November 2018

INCA members recently gathered to examine the opportunities and challenges presented to the alternative network (altnet) sector on the path to full fibre and 5G. Keely Portway reports on some of the main topics covered at the event

20 September 2018

How has the strength of the Electronic Communications Code been tested by the dispute between Virgin Media and Durham County Council? Brian Wake offers his view*

19 September 2018

The UK City and Guilds 3667 qualification is fit for purpose, and the one to which communications cabling installers and technicians aspire, argues Chris Atkin

06 September 2018

Dr Danish Rafique offers a strategic blueprint for the optical networking sector

29 August 2018

Anthony Clarkson examines the opportunities that could be presented to networks by ‘dark ­fibre’

20 June 2018

The second day of this year’s ANGA COM conference and exhibition in Cologne saw the Broadband and Media Summit prompt lively debate amongst panellists, particularly regarding the recently announced Vodafone Deutschland-Unitymedia acquisition. Keely Portway reports

Moderator, Claus Strunz mediated between participants Dr. Manuel Cubero, CCO, Vodafone; Lutz Schüler CEO, Unitymedia; Conrad Albert, deputy CEO and group general council, ProSiebenSat.1 Media; Carsten Schmidt CEO, Sky Deutschland; and Dr. Dirk Wössner, member of the board of management for Germany Deutsche Telekom.

04 June 2018

Ana Pesovic discusses the three core elements required in creating a smart city

For centuries, humanity has looked for new ways to build smarter cities; ways that improve city operations, grow the economy and create a better place for people to work and live. From the aqueducts in Rome to the more recent technology innovations that help simplify the challenges of urban life, cities are, and have been, getting smarter throughout history.

03 April 2018

Following the second annual debating reception organised by the UK Fibre Connectivity Forum, Richard Ednay poses whether the UK can catch-up with the global full fibre connectivity race

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