1. Articles in category: Mobile Backhaul

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    1. FiberLight reaches halfway point of Texas expansion project, completes 4,500 miles

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jan 28 2014)

      FiberLight reaches halfway point of Texas expansion project, completes 4,500 miles

      FiberLight is growing its competitive stance in Texas by finishing the construction of over 4,500 miles of its planned 8,800 mile expansion across the central and western parts of the state.  "The first phase of this was to connect and provide both dark fiber and Ethernet to cell towers throughout this entire footprint."

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    2. Dell'Oro: 100G DWDM wavelengths to drive optical transport to $15B by 2018

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jan 27 2014)

      Dell'Oro: 100G DWDM wavelengths to drive optical transport to $15B by 2018

      Ongoing sales of DWDM equipment, particularly platforms that support 100G wavelengths, will drive up total optical transport revenues to $15 billion by 2018, says Dell'Oro Group in its latest report.

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    3. FirstLight drives value through local presence and support

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jan 23 2014)

      FirstLight drives value through local presence and support

      Van Wagenen: We're seeing that the preferred service is fiber-based Carrier Ethernet for wireless backhaul and also we're also starting to see requests for dark fiber as well. Given the density of our fiber networks in the markets we operate, we have the ability to offer dark fiber solutions to our wireless carriers and to our enterprise carriers.

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      Mentions:   Lightower

    4. AT&T withdraws its special access tariff proposal

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jan 9 2014)

      AT&T withdraws its special access tariff proposal

      AT&T has gotten permission from the FCC to withdraw its proposed tariff changes on TDM-based special access services it sells to competitive service providers.

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      Mentions:   Oracle

    5. Carrier Ethernet 2.0 lays new interconnection, wireless backhaul blueprint – Year in Review 2013

      Explore FierceTelecom (Dec 20 2013)

      Carrier Ethernet 2.0 lays new interconnection, wireless backhaul blueprint – Year in Review 2013

      The news: This was a big year for the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF). Not only did it turn 40 years old, but the MEF introduced its Carrier Ethernet 2.0 specification. Taking off from where Carrier Ethernet 1.0 left off, the CE 2.0 specification includes three new elements: a standardized interconnection method for service providers; management; and multiple Classes of Services (Multi-CoS) for eight services.

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      Mentions:   Oracle   Vertical Systems Group   Metro Ethernet Forum

    6. Google Fiber sparks competition, FCC revises CAF rules and other top stories of 2013

      Explore FierceTelecom (Dec 20 2013)

      Google Fiber sparks competition, FCC revises CAF rules and other top stories of 2013

      Now that we're reaching the end of the year, FierceTelecom is once again counting down the story lines that shaped the telecom industry in 2013.

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      Mentions:   NuVox   Time Warner Cable   Frontier

    7. CENX Carrier Ethernet Management Software Gains a Tier 1 Customer

      Explore CEN Feature (Dec 17 2013)

      CENX Carrier Ethernet Management Software Gains a Tier 1 Customer

      CENX’s Carrier Ethernet provisioning and troubleshooting software received a vote of confidence December 10 when the company announced that a Tier 1 U.S. operator had placed a “multi-million dollar” order for the offering. The operator’s name was not revealed but it apparently is a wireless carrier.

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    8. Consolidated Communications extends business services into Dallas-Fort Worth

      Explore FierceTelecom (Dec 13 2013)

      Consolidated Communications extends business services into Dallas-Fort Worth

      Consolidated Communications is putting its Texas fiber network to work by expanding its enterprise and commercial services reach into the Dallas-Fort Worth market.

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      Mentions:   Consolidated Communications

    9. Cenx gains multi-million dollar order from tier 1 provider

      Explore Telecompaper (Dec 10 2013)

      Cenx gains multi-million dollar order from tier 1 provider

      (Telecompaper) Cenx has announced it has received a multi-million dollar order from a tier one service provider for the company's new Ethernet Lifecycle Manager. The Cenx Ethernet Lifecycle Manager delivers on-demand service reporting as well as intuitive visualisation of end-to-end Ethernet transport services across a provider's 4G mobile backhaul network. A

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    10. Insight: Cable Broadband, SMB Gains Exceed Video Losses

      Explore Telecompetitor (Dec 2 2013)

      Insight: Cable Broadband, SMB Gains Exceed Video Losses

      “Cable companies continue to demonstrate strength in leveraging their existing HFC (hybrid fiber-coaxial) networks and in providing new business services, such as mobile backhaul, WiFi access, and Ethernet services,” elaborated Insight research director Fran Caulfield.

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    11. Carrier Ethernet’s rise in Emerging Markets

      Explore WirelessHeat (Nov 29 2013)

      Carrier Ethernet’s rise in Emerging Markets

      The days are long gone when First World companies could extend their Return on Investment by selling off their outdated technology at cut price in Third World markets. In today’s connected global market, “world class” becomes common knowledge, and buyers are increasingly reluctant to settle for anything less, according to the MEF (MetroEthernet Forum). As MEF President, Nan Chen, explained: “The world’s emerging markets have become our most exciting growth area in the past year.

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      Mentions:   IBM   Metro Ethernet Forum

    12. MEF names 2013 Asia-Pacific Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards winners - Upgrade Magazine - Upgrade Magazine

      Explore Upgrade Magazine (Nov 20 2013)

      MEF names 2013 Asia-Pacific Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards winners - Upgrade Magazine - Upgrade Magazine

      Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards for the Asia-Pacific region have been announced. Recognized as a celebration of excellence and leadership in the development, marketing and delivery of Carrier Ethernet Business & Wholesale Services, these awards are presented annually for the Global market and APAC, North America, EMEA, and Caribbean and Latin American regions.

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      Mentions:   IDC   Frost & Sullivan   Infonetics

    13. MEF announces winners of 2013 Global Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards

      Explore telecomkh (Nov 20 2013)

      MEF announces winners of 2013 Global Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards

      The judging panel for the global and regional awards was comprised of senior analysts from IDC, Infonetics, Vertical Systems, Gartner, Frost & Sullivan, and Ovum. This year’s Awards encompassed four specific categories to encourage the widest range of submissions, regardless of company size or network footprint.

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      Mentions:   IDC   Frost & Sullivan   Infonetics

    14. Comcast, Verizon Big Winners in Carrier Ethernet Awards

      Explore Channel Partners Magazine (Nov 20 2013)

      Comcast, Verizon Big Winners in Carrier Ethernet Awards

      The Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) has handed out its Carrier Ethernet Awards for the North America region. The awards recognize excellence and leadership in the development, marketing and delivery of carrier ... This is awarded to the service provider with the most robust wholesale service offering extending the reach of Ethernet services , including mobile backhaul and business Ethernet services . Verizon just beat out AT&T and Comcast for the honor.

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      Mentions:   IDC   Frost & Sullivan   Infonetics

    15. Launch Event Highlights Allied Fiber’s Open Access (But Incomplete) Network

      Explore Telecompetitor (Nov 19 2013)

      Launch Event Highlights Allied Fiber’s Open Access (But Incomplete) Network

      Launch Event Highlights Allied Fiber’s Open Access (But Incomplete) Network Allied Fiber, the company that plans to build a unique nationwide dark fiber network, had a launch event in West Palm Beach, Fla. today — although much of the network has yet to be built. “The duct between Miami and Atlanta is 100 percent complete,” said Allied Fiber CEO Hunter Newby in an email to...

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      Mentions:   Joan Engebretson

    16. Sizing up the 25 most powerful people in the U.S. telecom industry

      Explore FierceTelecom (Nov 19 2013)

      Sizing up the 25 most powerful people in the U.S. telecom industry

      As the telecom industry evolves into one where service providers offer a series of wireless and wireline services, FierceTelecom and FierceWireless teamed up to present The 25 Most Powerful People in U.S. Wireless and Wireline 2013 to reflect the changing nature of this market vertical.

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      Mentions:   NuVox   Cablevision   Qwest

    17. Inter-carrier Service Orchestration – Huh?

      Explore CENX Inc. (Nov 14 2013)

      Inter-carrier Service Orchestration – Huh?

      Orchestration – loosely defined, a little abstract, disguises a multitude of functions, maybe the catch-all of networking terms. Let’s tailor it a bit in the context of Carrier Ethernet. Specifically the transport services that power mobile backhaul today such as Ethernet circuit ordering and provisioning, service monitoring, inventory management… Service providers rely on off-net circuits from 3^rd party access providers to fill coverage gaps and build the Ethernet transport footprint.

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      Mentions:   SLA

    18. Consolidated's Childers: We're ready to look at other fiber provider acquisitions

      Explore FierceTelecom (Nov 13 2013)

      Consolidated's Childers: We're ready to look at other fiber provider acquisitions

      Consolidated Communications is interested in looking at other service providers that could potentially enhance the reach of its fiber network to deliver Carrier Ethernet and fiber to the tower (FTTT) services to wireless operators.

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      Mentions:   Consolidated Communications   SureWest

    19. Report: 62% of Major LTE Carriers Will Use NFV by 2018

      Explore Telecompetitor (Nov 7 2013)

      Report: 62% of Major LTE Carriers Will Use NFV by 2018

      The cost of cell base station hardware, and its percentage of mobile operator network capex, is falling fast while mobile operators are devoting growing amounts of capital to software and opex, according to a report from Maravedis-Rethink. “The cost of cell site hardware has become almost irrelevant to operators deploying LTE,” according to...

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    20. CenturyLink legacy declines drag revenue down even as Carrier Ethernet gains

      Explore FierceTelecom (Nov 7 2013)

      CenturyLink legacy declines drag revenue down even as Carrier Ethernet gains

      CenturyLink reported that despite strong gains in broadband, IPTV and Carrier Ethernet, Q3 2013 operating revenues declined 1 percent year-over-year to $4.52 billion due to ongoing access line losses and lower access results.

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    21. Frontier adds 26,800 new broadband subs, grows Carrier Ethernet in Q3

      Explore FierceTelecom (Nov 6 2013)

      Frontier adds 26,800 new broadband subs, grows Carrier Ethernet in Q3

      One area of growth in the business segment was Ethernet services. The telco's Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) service for medium and larger business customers is now available in 86 percent of its central offices. Daniel McCarthy, president and chief operating officer, said during the earnings call that "the next phase in our Ethernet build will be to add capability for premium Ethernet services, which will also enable us to charge differently for higher tiers and services."

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      Mentions:   Frontier Communications   Frontier

    22. Infonetics Research: Macrocell Mobile Backhaul Market Growth Decelerating

      Explore fortmilltimes.com (Oct 30 2013)

      Infonetics Research: Macrocell Mobile Backhaul Market Growth Decelerating

      Market research firm Infonetics Research released excerpts from its latest Macrocell Mobile Backhaul Equipment and Services report, which ranks mobile backhaul equipment vendors, identifies market growth areas, and provides ...

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      Mentions:   Infonetics   Juniper   Overture Networks

    23. Infonetics Predicts Small Cell Mobile Backhaul Surge

      Explore Telecompetitor (Oct 30 2013)

      Infonetics Predicts Small Cell Mobile Backhaul Surge

      The market for small, or low-power, outdoor cells is poised for a growth surge, according to Infonetics’ recently released “Small Cell Mobile Backhaul Equipment” report. Though revenue in the “nascent market” for outdoor small cell mobile backhaul equipment totaled just $39 million worldwide in 2012, “we look for outdoor small cells to...

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      Mentions:   Infonetics

    24. AT&T postpones special access rate increase following customer protests

      Explore FierceTelecom (Oct 29 2013)

      AT&T postpones special access rate increase following customer protests

      Competitive providers said that AT&T and fellow RBOC Verizon (NYSE: VZ) control about 80 percent of the special access market. These connections are used by competitive providers to connect their headquarters and remote offices, and by wireless operators for backhaul where IP-based services such as Carrier Ethernet are not available today.

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      Mentions:   Oracle   tw telecom

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