Low earth orbit satellite-powered Internet could be a game-changer for remote areas, but what happens when people in more populated areas want it?
Guest Post: George Sadowsky outlines how to build and operate a FTTH network when existing infrastructure, topography, and low population all work against the need for fast Internet.
Spanning three continents, the PEACE cable will provide the lowest latency service from Pakistan to Europe.
Guest Post: The University of the South Pacific manages a number of challenges in operating, maintaining and upgrading its large and diverse network.
Network Atlas is currently crowdsourcing network information from operators around the world.
Guest Post: Technology developments such as Coherent Optics have allowed us to get closer to the theoretical transmission capacity of submarine cables.
Guest Post: Greg Ferro runs us through the basics of fibre optic cabling, and how damaged cables can cause faults.
Dave Schaeffer’s NANOG 71 keynote recognizes that the future of the Internet transmission will be in the form of larger pipes.
A local community network in Scotland shows how a grassroots movement can help bridge the digital divide.
George Michaelson summarizes the plans by OPT-NC for a nationwide FTTP and 4GLTE deployment from the Pacific Industry Workshop at APNIC 38.