How BT is pushing the development of G.fast broadband
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Mike Galvin, MD of Service Strategy and Operations, BT
UK telco BT is placing a lot of faith in the ability of G.fast technology to over-deliver on its original brief of very short range speed and capacity enhancements and extend its operational reach to distances up to 400 metres, enabling this node-based architecture to complement BT's existing VDSL2 rollout and GPON deployments.
In the run up to the Broadband World Forum event in London next month, BT's MD of service strategy and operations, Mike Galvin, talks exclusively to TelecomTV about the status of its G.fast trials, its overall broadband strategy, and why he believes BT will see off the threat from Google for control of the connected home.
Filmed at: BT Centre, London, September 2015
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