1. Articles in category: Mobile Backhaul

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    1. Report: Ethernet 10G, 100G service revenue will grow 300% by 2018

      Explore cedmagazine.com (Jun 19 2014)

      Report: Ethernet 10G, 100G service revenue will grow 300% by 2018

      Both segments are growing at a healthy clip and will continue to do so, with Ethernet services growing about twice as fast as IP MPLS VPNs through 2017,” said Michael Howard, principal analyst for carrier networks and co-founder of Infonetics Research. The increase was driven by cloud services accessed via IP VPNs, Ethernet services , and mobile backhaul transport over Ethernet services .

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      Mentions:   Infonetics

    2. Big Telecom Event: Sdn, Pstn Sunset and More

      Explore Telecompetitor (Jun 18 2014)

      Big Telecom Event: Sdn, Pstn Sunset and More

      Big Telecom Event: SDN, PSTN Sunset and More Software defined networking (SDN), network function virtualization (NFV), and the PSTN sunset were hot topics at the Big Telecom Event in Chicago this week.  Here are the five stories I thought would be of greatest interest to Telecompetitor readers, including those hot topics and more: 1-SDN for the STB. The University of New Hampshire...

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      Mentions:   Deutsche Telekom   Tower Cloud   Joan Engebretson

    3. 10G, 100G Ethernet services revenue to grow 300 percent by 2018, says Infonetics

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jun 16 2014)

      10G, 100G Ethernet services revenue to grow 300 percent by 2018, says Infonetics

      Revenue from Ethernet services delivered on 10GE and 100GE is forecast by Infonetics Research to grow 300 percent between 2013 and 2018. Michael Howard, principal analyst for carrier networks and co-founder of Infonetics, reports that Ethernet is gaining the upper hand over IP MPLS-based VPN services, growing nearly "twice as fast as IP MPLS VPNs through 2017."

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      Mentions:   Infonetics

    4. Ethernet Services Growth Outpaces IP MPLS VPNs

      Explore Channel Partners Magazine (Jun 16 2014)

      Ethernet Services Growth Outpaces IP MPLS VPNs

      Ethernet is on a serious roll. A new Infonetics Research report predicts that the global Ethernet services and IP MPLS VPN services markets totaled $62.6 billion last year, up from 12 percent in 2012. Cloud services – accessed via IP VPNs, Ethernet services and mobile backhaul transport over Ethernet services – are a big reason for the momentum.

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      Mentions:   Infonetics

    5. FiberLight brings fiber to 600 cell sites, installs 5,500 route miles across Texas

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jun 10 2014)

      FiberLight brings fiber to 600 cell sites, installs 5,500 route miles across Texas

      FiberLight continues to make progress with its fiber-network buildout in Texas, announcing that that in the first five months of 2014 it connected more than 600 cell towers and installed nearly 5,500 route miles across the state.

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    6. FiberLight Expands into Rural Texas

      Explore Telecompetitor (Jun 10 2014)

      FiberLight Expands into Rural Texas

      FiberLight, LLC’s Texas Expansion efforts continue to bring much-needed connectivity to the state of Texas.  In the first five months of 2014, FiberLight has made significant progress on two major fronts, including supporting cell phone towers with wireless backhaul and connecting smaller, more remote regions of the state to...

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    7. Cox Joins Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Club

      Explore Light Reading (Jun 6 2014)

      Cox Joins Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Club

      Earning another stripe on its uniform, Cox Business has received Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification from the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF), putting it in position to offer more advanced Ethernet services to its commercial customers. Cox Business, the commercial services arm of Cox Communications Inc. , thus becomes the third major US MSO business services unit to gain the Carrier Ethernet 2.0 blessing from Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) .

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      Mentions:   Vertical Systems Group   Time Warner Cable   RCN Corp.

    8. UTStarcom Markets Wi-Fi Data Offloading Technology to Global Customer Base

      Explore Ethernet Academy (Jun 4 2014)

      - MSG10K is the Leading Carrier-Grade Multi-Service Gateway Product -

      - MSG10K Already Deployed to Provide Wireless Broadband Access on Softbank 4G/LTE Mobile Network -

      HONG KONG, June 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --UTStarcom (Nasdaq:UTSI), a global telecommunications infrastructure provider, announced today that it will market to a global customer base its carrier-class multi-service gateway technology, MSG10K, that combines routing, switching, WLAN gateway and access controller functionalities into a unified multi-core system. The MSG10K helps telecommunications carriers to meet with the skyrocketing customer demand for mobile data and deliver the best mobile experience with the lowest possible capital and operating costs.

      UTStarcom's ...

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      Mentions:   Infonetics

    9. Infonetics: Microwave Equipment Revenue Drops 7% in One Year

      Explore Telecompetitor (May 30 2014)

      Infonetics: Microwave Equipment Revenue Drops 7% in One Year

      Infonetics: Microwave Equipment Revenue Drops 7% in One Year The market for microwave equipment – time-division multiplexing (TDM), Ethernet, and dual Ethernet-TDM microwave equipment – contracted in 1Q 2014 as price pressures and competition from alternative network technologies, particularly fiber-based backhaul solutions, constrained growth, according to Infonetics Research’s latest...

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      Mentions:   Infonetics

    10. Ethernet Evolves Again To Meet The Internet Of Things

      Explore Electronic Design (May 21 2014)

      Ethernet Evolves Again To Meet The Internet Of Things

      Towards the close of the 20th century, Ethernet's standards gurus—the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) and the IEEE 802.3 committee—began the next series of changes that would enable it to operate seamlessly across WANs. Today, it's the medium ... and WAN services.

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      Mentions:   LAN   IDC   OAM

    11. Bringing mobility outside: Small cell deployment strategies for malls, stadiums and more

      Explore FierceWireless (May 21 2014)

      Bringing mobility outside: Small cell deployment strategies for malls, stadiums and more

      Small cells are more than just an answer to persistent in-building penetration and high-density RF challenges. They are critical in satisfying user bandwidth capacity needs in difficult indoor environments like malls, stadiums and convention centers. Options for providing backhaul to the venue include getting a dedicated or best-effort Carrier Ethernet circuit to the venue from the local ILEC, CLEC or cable operator.

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    12. Windstream's Gardner: TDM-based wireless backhaul revenue headwinds to continue throughout 2014

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 21 2014)

      Windstream's Gardner: TDM-based wireless backhaul revenue headwinds to continue throughout 2014

      Windstream has been one of the most aggressive telcos rolling out fiber and Ethernet to cellular towers, but like other wireline providers, it continues to weather a tough revenue storm as its customers migrate off TDM circuits.

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      Mentions:   NuVox

    13. Global Capacity, PEG Bandwidth target the rural market interconnection gap

      Explore Ethernet Academy (May 20 2014)

      Global Capacity and PEG Bandwidth are taking on the rural interconnection problem by establishing a new buy and sell agreement to procure off-net service connections for customers that need access to larger Tier 1 markets.

      By using bilateral interconnects to Global Capacity's One Marketplace platform in five of its points of presence (PoPs) in New York City, Ashburn, Pittsburgh, Chicago and Dallas, PEG will be able to procure off-net services and expanding its network reach.

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    14. Global Capacity, PEG Bandwidth target the rural market interconnection gap

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 20 2014)

      Global Capacity, PEG Bandwidth target the rural market interconnection gap

      Global Capacity and PEG Bandwidth are taking on the rural interconnection problem by establishing a new buy and sell agreement to procure off-net service connections for customers that need access to larger Tier 1 markets.

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    15. Cisco's service provider orders down 5 percent year-over-year, but Q3 revenues beat expectations

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 15 2014)

      Cisco's service provider orders down 5 percent year-over-year, but Q3 revenues beat expectations

      Cisco reported that while the service provider segment is improving, weak demand for its products drove orders down 5 percent year-over-year in fiscal third-quarter 2014.

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    16. Lumos' aggressive fiber build strategy will help it overcome TDM transition growing pains

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 8 2014)

      Lumos' aggressive fiber build strategy will help it overcome TDM transition growing pains

      Lumos Networks' fiber expansion plans to support fiber to the cell (FTTC) tower for wireless backhaul and business services ambitions are taking shape. One of those growth sources will be Project ARK, a fiber and Ethernet MPLS/IP-based overlay network specifically designed to handle FTTC traffic. Connecting four markets within the telco's footprint, Project Ark will provide total bandwidth of about one terabyte and is built to handle FTTC traffic from 1,500 sites on Carrier Ethernet from an average of 1.5 tenants per site and 400 Mbps of throughput at each cell site.

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    17. Lumos adds 633 cell sites in Q1, reiterates year-end targets for more fiber to sites

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 7 2014)

      Lumos adds 633 cell sites in Q1, reiterates year-end targets for more fiber to sites

      Lumos Networks reported that its fiber to the cell site (FTTC) business continued to perform well in the first quarter of 2014 as the telco added 633 sites, representing a year-over-year increase in total FTTC sites of 56 percent.

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    18. Frontier adds 37,200 new broadband customers, narrows customer losses

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 6 2014)

      Frontier adds 37,200 new broadband customers, narrows customer losses

      Frontier continued to see its residential broadband customer base soar in the first quarter as it added 37,200 new subscribers, ending the period with a total of 1.9 million customers. Frontier has been enhancing its business portfolio with new offerings, including its recently launched security suite for small businesses and expanding its Carrier Ethernet footprint in New York, for example.

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      Mentions:   Frontier

    19. Consolidated Communications' Q1 Metro Ethernet revenue jumps 21 percent

      Explore FierceTelecom (May 1 2014)

      Consolidated Communications' Q1 Metro Ethernet revenue jumps 21 percent

      Consolidated Communications reported that a 21 percent rise in Metro Ethernet revenue drove up overall first-quarter 2014 data, video and Internet services revenue to $68.2 million. During the quarter, the service provider added 7,910 data connections, ...

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      Mentions:   Consolidated Communications   SureWest

    20. Is Carrier Ethernet Enough When Flying Through Clouds?

      Explore SDN, NFVO & Packet Optical Solutions (Apr 16 2014)

      Is Carrier Ethernet Enough When Flying Through Clouds?

      We know that Carrier Ethernet delivers both high-performance connectivity across the WAN and scalable, standardized, highly-reliabile services with QoS and service management. As a result, Carrier Ethernet is the service of choice for many applications including enterprise business connectivity, content distribution, video, wireless backhaul, financial services, and more. But, as the network transforms to meet the world of mega data centers and cloud services, a question comes to mind.

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      Mentions:   Tata   Metro Ethernet Forum

    21. Industry Spotlight: 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network’s Sean Baillie

      Explore Telecom Ramblings (Apr 15 2014)

      Industry Spotlight: 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network’s Sean Baillie

      The Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland fiber market is one of the most dynamic in the world. With more than 800 route miles of high-fiber-count cables crisscrossing the region and an expanding portfolio of products, 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network is a rising, independent provider in a geography that is on everyone’s radar.

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    22. Unite Private Networks lays out 200-mile fiber network expansion

      Explore FierceTelecom (Apr 9 2014)

      Unite Private Networks lays out 200-mile fiber network expansion

      Serving a mix of service provider, government, data center and enterprise business customers, the new route will provide two main benefits: broadening the availability of lit services such as Carrier Ethernet and wavelength services and dark fiber, while offering what it claims to be lower latency and diversity from existing carrier networks in the region.

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    23. Fiber 'Has Started to Shake Up the Services Markets'

      Explore Channel Partners Magazine (Apr 7 2014)

      Fiber 'Has Started to Shake Up the Services Markets'

      VSG says fiber is the optimal wireline access technology for delivery of higher speed network services, including carrier Ethernet and IP/MPLS VPNs, as well for cloud and Internet connectivity and mobile backhaul . "During the past year, network ...

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      Mentions:   Vertical Systems Group

    24. SPONSORED CONTENT: Accelerating Wholesale Carrier Ethernet: 4 Success Factors

      Explore Overture (Mar 24 2014)

      SPONSORED CONTENT: Accelerating Wholesale Carrier Ethernet: 4 Success Factors

      As Ethernet services have grown in popularity, communications service providers (CSPs) are coming to terms with the fact that, in order to deliver this popular offering to multi-site enterprise customers, they must partner with other operators to expand their service footprint and reach.

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      Mentions:   Frost & Sullivan   Heavy Reading   Metro Ethernet Forum

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