Tag - G.Fast

G.Fast Gen2 Faster Speeds Zooming on the Horizon

G.Fast Gen 2: Faster Speeds Zooming on the Horizon

Thanks to the ongoing competition between Telcos and Cable Providers, broadband technology—the technology that allows high speed internet services over existing infrastructureis getting a whole lot better.

The questions these companies have been trying to answer is: how you get faster service to subscribers while still keeping costs down?

The answer is: G.Fast.

G.Fast has been 3-4 years

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Is FTTdp or FTTC the Better Option for G.fast Last-Mile?

Is FTTdp or FTTC the Better Option for G.fast Last Mile?

For ISPs prioritizing infrastructure upgrade spend, Ultra-fast G.fast broadband technology [300-500 Mbps] over existing copper is a dream come true.

Just as a refresher, G.fast takes advantage of last mile configurations–provider to node to customer–to make this possible. But copper, as may installers know, has its limitations.

For starters, it relies on very short lengths of 100m, making

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G.Fast: The Next Generation Broadband Solution that Makes Sense

G.fast: The Next Generation Broadband Solution that Makes Sense

Broadband costs have been rising.

Many consumers find themselves wondering “how is it that Broadband Service providers can promise me sign-on packages of below $100 per month for bundled service, and in 2-years time charge upwards to $200 for the same service?”

Part of the reason, is that in most locations these providers already have cabling in place. All they really need to do is “flip

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G.fast challenges

The Challenges With Replicating G.fast Speeds in the Real-World

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) competing with cable service providers are watching the development of G.Fast, a new xDSL technology that promises to deliver fiber-like speeds using legacy copper lines.

G.Fast is the next generation of xDSL services that will benefit customer premises located near distribution points.

The increased usage of cloud-computing, video streaming, and the awaited arrival

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Our Top Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions About VDSL

We’ve compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions about VDSL & VDSL2. If you’re interested in learning more about ADSL and ADSL2+, visit our ADSLs/2+ FAQ here.

1. What is VDSL/VDSL2?

VDSL, or Very-High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber line, allows Internet Service Providers to provide fast connection speeds via legacy copper lines. VDSL and VDSL2 can provide faster broadband performance when compared to ADSL/2+

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History of DSL - Part 1

Behind the Obscure History of DSL

If fiber and cable provide faster data rate transmission speeds than DSL services, have you ever wondered why many ISPs offer DSL?

Why We Need DSL

Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is a type of access technology that delivers high-speed data via legacy copper lines. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will oftentimes opt for DSL technology to extend the life of legacy copper lines and forego costly infrastructure

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Telecoms Will Use This Secret Weapon Against Cable Operators

As the demand for faster bandwidth continues to increase, Telecoms will now have the opportunity to offer broadband at fiber-like speeds and forego the expensive costs associated with deploying fiber-to-the-home (FTTH). G. Fast chipsets will allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to utilize their existing telephone copper lines to provide high-speed broadband services with speeds

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G.Fast Chipsets

G.Fast Cracks 4k Market Using Legacy Copper Lines

Sckipio Technologies showcased its G.Fast technology at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show and teased broadband providers by streaming 4k content over traditional copper phone lines.

The 16-port G.Fast chipset can stream content at up to 1 Gbps (actual speeds depend on distance from the distribution point) and gives internet service providers (ISP’s) the ability to deliver fiber-like speeds

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G.Fast Chipsets Give Copper a New Lease on Life

Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) will have an opportunity to bring their customers faster internet speeds with G Fast chipsets.The DSL chips deliver Gigabit speeds to the last 250 meters over existing copper wires. Because speeds attenuate after about 300 meters, G Fast will work optimally in hybrid broadband network

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