Regulations and Standards

Keyed up

2020 has shown standards are key to building the networks of tomorrow, and that’s something to be excited about, argues Bernd Hesse

Cap: The pandemic has fuelled demand for the internet due to digital education, remote working, telehealth, and social connectivity (credit: Josep Suria/shutterstock.com)

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 

Switched on

What are the implications for UK providers and industry from the all-IP migration changes, One Touch Switching and Ofcom Telecoms Market Review? Mike Locke explains

MULTIMODE FIBER IN THE ENTERPRISE - A STANDARDS UPDATE

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Enterprise network customers and vendors - in fact, the entire data communications industry - benefit from interoperable, multivendor industry standards developed by the interaction and coordination between Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) component/fiber standards, American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/TIA and International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC structured cabling standards and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Ethernet and InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) Fibre Channel application standards.

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