Senior Product Line Manager, Access Business Unit
Andy Long joined EXFO in May 2008 in his current role. He brings to EXFO his telecommunications test industry experience in a variety of positions, including design, technical support as well as product and marketing management. Andrew graduated with a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Plymouth in the UK.
While operators deploy fiber deeper into their networks, new innovations in G.fast are enabling more competitive broadband speeds on existing copper plants. Thus, in certain geographical areas with robust copper networks, operators are increasingly searching for ways to allay the cost of going fiber all the way to the home. This is because fiber, although obvious as a future-proof solution, sometimes is simply not economical to deploy to households. This webinar explores new innovations in G.fast and fiber-to-the-distribution-point (FTTdp) that enable next-generation bandwidth coupled with a fiber-deep solution, as well as strategies for delivering next-generation bandwidth to consumers without committing to a full fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) installation.
Who Should Attend
Traditional telcos, including ILECs, CLECs, CSPs and international copper-incumbent entities; competitive national and city operators, especially those with an MDU focus or LLU offering; as well as MDU consultants, building associations, and similar groups of interest. Financial analysts and the media are also encouraged to attend.
Everyone who registers for this webinar will receive a special report by Principal Analyst John Kendall. A download link will be sent to you and the report will also be available to download from the live webinar console.
Key Topics for Discussion
Current landscape for fiber and G.fastIdeal and practical initial deployments; installation challenges for G.fastChallenges and opportunities in pushing fiber deeper into the networkHow G.fast deployments will functionally take shape, and what the future holdsAnswers to audience questions during live Q&A
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