The 45th President, his administration and Congress are gearing up for the next four years, and so is the fiber industry. Fiber will again be booming. What can the federal government do to help?
We’ve finally caught our breath after the annual CES® in Las Vegas last week (and this weekend) and we’re more convinced than ever the future will be lit by fiber.
Comsof and COS Systems announce that FiberPlanIT, used for automated FTTx network planning, and COS Service Zones, used for Demand Aggregation, have been verified to be used collaboratively to enable fast and accurate fiber plans and deployment cost estimates based on actual customer demand.
The lack of coordination in New Mexico was echoed by Terry Brunner, the state rural development director for the U.S. Agriculture Department.
“We have lots of cooks in the kitchen, but we have no cookbook to tell us how to get these services out there,” he told lawmakers.
Dycom Industries, Inc. recently announced that it has completed its acquisition of certain assets and related liabilities used in the current wireless network deployment and wireline businesses of Goodman Networks Incorporated. Click on the article link for the full story.