It has an impact on nearly everything we do, yet it often goes unnoticed.
Unlike a bridge, a new expressway, or a park, all of which are easy to see a
Earlier this week, the New York Times had a story about the benefits of fiber, entitled “For the Tech-Savvy With a Need for Speed, a Limited Choice
Copper has served the communications needs of the country well for more than 100 years, but in many instances the better option today is fiber optics.
I can remember my parents teaching me about the importance of the greater good as a child. “It’s not all about you” and “you get along by going along
Having already passed the 50 milestone in my life, you’ll have a hard time convincing me that 75 is going to be even better, but I’m willing to give i
While today’s classrooms may look and feel the same as they had the day we first stepped into one, in today’s digital age it’s beginning to look a lot
Listen to, and watch Dr. David Samadi, the head of robotic surgery at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York, in this video talk about the marriage of t
In nearly 34 years in the communications industry, I’ve never seen a community have its telecommunication infrastructure wiped away like the western s
Traffic carried between New York and Boston on Verizon’s ultra-long-haul network using Ciena Coherent Optics
A few weeks ago, we talked about the history of Fiber and how it is fueling our technological revolution in our first episode of the Bandwidth Effect.