Another test post
Monday, July 6, 2009
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
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Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Well it has been weeks since I have blogged. I last spoke about FTTH but today I am going to talk about something else. As the title suggests I am going to discuss a little about cloud computing. Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet. Cloud computing services provide business applications online that are accessed from a web browser, while the software and data are stored on servers.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
You know... this is just an exciting time for us. Everything is going to be fiber. If you have been keeping up with this information you know the approximate time for all homes in the U.S. to have fiber run to them is 2020. Why fiber? I mentioned earlier more bandwidth essentially to send and receive information. But it does not end there. FTTH will allow a true networked home eventually, where all devices such as TV's, PC's, phones, gaming machines, camcorders and even appliances with IP addresses will have seamless interaction. We want to share information between all of these devices in our homes as well as with family and friends in different locations via Internet.
FTTH certainly provides the bandwidth for such a thing to occur it just is not seamless yet. To get a true connected home we need a solution to manage all of the devices on the home network beyond TR-069. TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP) is a protocol that was created by the Broadband Forum (formally the DSL Forum) which sets out a common method for CPE (Customer Premise Equipoment) devices to communicate with an Auto Configuration Server (ACS). An ACS can manage a device, trouble shoot, configure, remotely upgrade etc.
TR-069 was created by the Broadband Forum (formally the DSL Forum) to standardize the Wide Area Network (WAN) management of CWMP. Service Providers can now use one common platform to manage, through the Internet, all of their Customer Premise Devices, no matter the device nor the manufacturer. And here I thought the Jetsons cartoon was just far out when I was younger. Now we have the ability to do those things. Those guys 40 years ago were visionaries Imagine that!! Well that is it for now until next time.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
A few days ago I posted some information about FTTH, today I will shed some more light on FTTH. First and foremost good day to all. You see, this thing, this... powerful thing we know as technology is like a juggernaut it has gained momentum and it just can be stopped. It has branched off into many industries but I am just focusing on Information Technology and Telecommunications. Well maybe more stuff if it changes our lives dramatically. Okay, some of you who take the time to read this may be familiar already with FTTH in the form of ATT Uverse. It is almost FTTH because it is a hybrid fiber coax mix and that is just not fair so let me tell you why they do it that way. They are just plain cheap. Verizon is building fiber all the way to the house and spending 20 billion bucks.
Posted by izzy78 at 8:55 AM