Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Network convergence 2.0: Fibre to the Everything

Article by Jonas Verstuyft, Marketing and Partner Manager (FiberPlanIT) by Comsof
Thursday 05 April 18

People are hungry for bandwidth. Residents want to enjoy the benefits of 4K video and VR applications and they need to be connected with their colleagues while working from home. Businesses have a need for reliable and fast connectivity to support their operations. And people are more mobile than ever, expecting the same online experience on the road as from the comfort of their own home. Upcoming 5G technology will support this experience. Operators will need lots of fibre to satisfy the hunger of their customers. I’m not talking about the fibres you find in your cereal. But about Fibre to the Home…

People are hungry for bandwidth. Residents want to enjoy the benefits of 4K video and VR applications and they need to be connected with their colleagues while working from home. Businesses have a need for reliable and fast connectivity to support their operations. And people are more mobile than ever, expecting the same online experience on the road as from the comfort of their own home. Upcoming 5G technology will support this experience. Operators will need lots of fibre to satisfy the hunger of their customers. I’m not talking about the fibres you find in your cereal. But about Fibre to the Home…

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