Fibre Yearbook

Future gazing

Leading industry lights talk to Keely Portway about the challenges and opportunities faced by the optical communications supply chain in the last 12 months, and predict what could lie ahead

Keyed up

2020 has shown standards are key to building the networks of tomorrow, and that’s something to be excited about, argues Bernd Hesse

Cap: The pandemic has fuelled demand for the internet due to digital education, remote working, telehealth, and social connectivity (credit: Josep Suria/shutterstock.com)

Up to standards

Regulations and standards are key to building the networks of tomorrow. Here, two industry experts offer their view on what to expect 

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Working together

Interoperability is recognised to be the linchpin to open networking, but this can only be achieved via industry collaboration, finds Keely Portway

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Bridging gaps

There is currently a shortage of skilled fibre professionals. How can we, as an industry, work towards addressing this? Keely Portway asks the question

Bringing connectivity home

Keely Portway takes a look at the state of play for FTTH deployment in Europe and America, and what needs to be done in the next 12 months to meet various governments’ ambitious targets

Green future

Recovery plans for a post-pandemic world have one key ingredient in common across the globe – sustainability. Keely Portway outlines how the telecoms sector is playing its not insignificant part

Begin at home

Keely Portway on how the pandemic has affected FTTH deployment in Europe and America, and what needs to be done in the next 12 months to meet various governments’ ambitious targets

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