Broadband Forum: We're more than DSL

Hardy, Stephen
April 2009
Lightwave;Apr2009, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p21
Trade Publication
Information about the Broadband Forum is presented. It is comprised of an estimated 200 members including vendors and service providers. Originally called the ADSL Forum, it is focused on transport issues, but broadened its scope to include network management and digital home considerations. It devotes most of its energies to the technical aspects of access networking. Moreover, it also plays a role in promoting the use of optical access technology.


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