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2014-12-09 ITU approves G.fast broadband standard
The latest broadband standard is geared to deliver up to 1Gb/s access speeds over existing telephone wires and serves to complement FTTH technologies.
2014-12-17 G.fast gets green light from telecoms community
G.fast, the standard designed to deliver access speeds of up to 1Gbit/s over existing copper wires, works by extending the range of frequencies over which broadband signals travel.
2014-12-11 G.fast company hits $17M in latest funding round
Sckipio Technologies hopes to gain a sizable chunk from the G.fast market that is predicted to explode to an almost $2.9-billion opportunity by 2020.
2014-12-11 Affordable Ultra-HDTV services made possible by G.fast
The Broadband Forum announced its support for G.fast, the latest ITU-T ultra broadband access standard, which promises to dramatically boost the performance of digital transmission over telephone wires.
2015-07-14 Global broadband CPE unit shipments up 9% in 1Q15
IHS revealed that the global broadband CPE revenue fell to $2.8 billion in 1Q15, plunging two per cent sequentially, while unit shipments stayed flat at 54 million.
2015-02-03 Intel targets smart gateways with Lantiq buyout
Lantiq's presence in the broadband customer premises equipment is particularly attractive to Intel, who wants to be in the market for next-gen gateways that connect a variety of devices at home.
2014-10-23 Gateway SoCs enable faster home networking, WAN connectivity
The BCM63138 from Broadcom supports Gigabit dual-band concurrent WiFi, multiport Gigabit Ethernet and multiline VoIP, promising the highest LAN data rates throughout the entire home.
2014-07-14 Bell Labs channels 10Gbit/s over copper wires
The speed has been achieved with a broadband-over-copper technology that uses an increased frequency range of up to 500MHz for high-speed data transmission over short distances, targeted to deliver fibre speeds to homes without the trouble of deploying the costly, unsightly fibre optic cabling infrastructure.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
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