by Rudy Musschebroeck, CommScope
In recent years mobile and fixed network technologies have evolved, driven by an ever increasing need for bandwidth.
Today, a major shift is happening, moving the focus increasingly away from bandwidth to latency. In this presentation, an overview will be given of the state of different access technologies, both in fixed and wireless networks going from DSL over cable to fiber, 5G and WiFi.
Major changes in access network technologies will be highlighted, including how the end-to-end network architectures will enable lower latency applications going forward by moving the cloud to the edge of the network.
About Rudy Musschebroeck
Rudy Musschebroeck is Director Strategy and Market Development Broadband Networks at CommScope.
Since joining CommScope in 2011, Rudy has worked in global strategy, product management and business development, translating market and technology trends in product solutions, leading strategic business initiatives and market development efforts.
His recent work centered around HFC and FTTH PON access networks, fixed-wireless network convergence, network virtualization, central office and datacenter solutions.
Before joining CommScope, he held various management positions in R&D, product management, marketing and sales at Philips Consumer Electronics.
Rudy holds a master’s degree in electronics engineering from the Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium.
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