WhyFi

By The Phantom – Standards bodies anticipate needs and develop standards, and nobody comes to the party. That’s one of the hazards of standards development. Standards are almost always developed by volunteers from companies who are interested in products based on the standard, and those companies spend a lot of money on top engineers working on the standard

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Art and Innovation

By Jeff Finkelstein – In my last article, I discussed briefly the concept of corporate anti-bodies that try to shut down attempts to advance technology which may solve problems that do not exist yet. If we relied solely on those individuals to make the decisions, it is unlikely things would have moved at the incredible rate of change we have seen in many industries, including ours

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It’s all about Spectrum

By Jeff Finkelstein – Cable technologies across a diverse range of business fields where technology plays a significant part. While I would not label it strictly a technology-based problem, it is the basis of how many companies enhance their product sets by using new and advanced technologies to drive improvements to customer experience

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SOS… Getting Help with the “Shiny Object Syndrome”

By Jeff Finkelstein – Cable technologies move fast, in many cases faster than other parallel service provider industries. From the start of cable technology deployments, we have seen incredible transformations in how we deliver services to our customers. Beginning with the days of forward only outside plant

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