Fibre Yearbook 2022

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Bridging gaps

There is currently a shortage of skilled fibre professionals. How can we, as an industry, work towards addressing this? Keely Portway asks the question

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Up to standards

Regulations and standards are key to building the networks of tomorrow. Here, two industry experts offer their view on what to expect 

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Working together

Interoperability is recognised to be the linchpin to open networking, but this can only be achieved via industry collaboration, finds Keely Portway

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When the chips are down

Keely Portway looks at what the current semiconductor shortage could mean for telecoms in 2022

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Looking to the future

What does the future hold when it comes to developments in PON technology? Keely Portway finds out

Bringing connectivity home

Keely Portway takes a look at the state of play for FTTH deployment in Europe and America, and what needs to be done in the next 12 months to meet various governments’ ambitious targets

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Leaps and bounds

Jeff Heynen explains why fibre deployment will show no signs of slowing in 2022

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