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Dark Blue: Firm commitments from incumbent: BT (10M), Belgacom, Australian NBN, Swisscom,  Austria, Bezeq Israel, Chunghwa Taiwan, Telus Canada, Telekom South Africa, SK Korea, (U.S.) AT&T, Century, Frontier, Windstream, Belgium, Omantel

Mid Blue: Smaller carriers in Germany, Norway, Finland, Japan

Light Blue: Incumbent likely:  France, Germany, Italy

The National Telecommunications Agency of Brazil (Anatel) imposed a fine of 8.7 million reais ($ 2.1 million) to Sky (AT & T) by accumulating an excessive number of complaints and delaying the installation of the service in its coverage area .

The sanction determined by the Superintendent of Control Obligations regulator is provided in the General Plan of Quality Goals Pay TV service and can be appealed to the Board of the agency, Tela Viva reported.

If no appeal the penalty, the fine was reduced by 25 percent and lowered the amount to 6.5 billion reais ($ 1.5 million). To access this benefit, the operator must resign in writing to the appeal.

In November 2015, Sky marched second in the market, with a share of 28.2 percent, equivalent to 5.4 million users. America Movil then led with a share of 52.1 percent of clients--10,000,000.

- See more at: http://www.telesemana.com/blog/2016/01/20/anatel-multa-con-us-21-millones-a-sky-brasil-por-incumplir-metas-de-calidad/#sthash.9Gqs4J4n.dpuf

 

 

China's CIG offers OEM design with Sckipio. pr

 

 

 

 

 

Cambridge Industries Group (CIG) Moves into G.fast

Leading G.PON ODM/JDM Aims to Win in G.fast OEM Market

  

Ramat Gan, Israel, October 15, 2015 – Cambridge Industries Group (CIG), the world’s leading independent ODM/JDM/OEM focused on broadband access, has announced it is entering the G.fast market with a new Sckipio-based G.fast CPE.

“CIG is well known for its R&D skills which covers wired and wireless CPE especially for FTTx GPON,” said Gerry Wong, Chairman and CEO of CIG. “We aim to bring our scale, relationships, and expertise into the G.fast arena.”

The new G.fast CPE solution, as shown next week in the Broadband World Forum 2015, is based upon the highly acclaimed Sckipio G.fast technology.

“Many of the top tier OEMs purchase customer premises equipment from CIG,” said David Baum, co-founder and CEO of Sckipio Technologies. “By partnering with CIG, Sckipio ensures the leading OEMs get the best G.fast technology in the quickest and most economical way.”

 

About CIG

Cambridge Industries Group (CIG), headquartered in Shanghai, China, is a leading independent ODM/JDM/OEM of carrier and enterprise grade customer premise equipment.

CIG focuses on the following areas:

–EPON/GPON products based on FTTH/FTTB technology

–Wi-Fi and Small Cell products based on wireless access technology

–DSL technology such as VDSL, G.fast, FTTdp

–IoT, Smart Home and Home NAS products

–End-to-end ODM/ JDM (Joint development Manufacture) service

 

Utilizing advanced R&D and product realization processes coupled with state-of-the-art volume manufacturing, millions of CIG‘s products are deployed worldwide through our partners. For more information visit: http://www.ci-g.com

 

About Sckipio

 

Sckipio is the leader in G.fast modems and is dedicated to delivering ultra-broadband using next-generation G.fast-based Fiber-to-the-distribution point (FTTdp) architectures. Sckipio offers a complete G.fast solution – chipsets bundled with software – for a variety of access and mobile backhaul applications based on the ITU G.fast G.9700 and G.9701 standards, to which Sckipio is a leading contributor. Founded by a veteran team of communications experts with deep experience in broadband access and home networking solutions, and backed by leading venture capitalists, Sckipio is well positioned to win the market for the next-generation of broadband access solutions. For more information about Sckipio, visit our website at www.sckipio.com.

For more information, follow us on LinkedInSlideShare, and Twitter @SckipioTech.

 

Media Contacts:

Sckipio Contact:

Karen Quatromoni

Rainier Communications

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508-475-0025 x150

 

CIG Contact:

Rose Hu

Cambridge Industries Group

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The National Telecommunications Agency of Brazil (Anatel) imposed a fine of 8.7 million reais ($ 2.1 million) to Sky (AT & T) by accumulating an excessive number of complaints and delaying the installation of the service in its coverage area .

The sanction determined by the Superintendent of Control Obligations regulator is provided in the General Plan of Quality Goals Pay TV service and can be appealed to the Board of the agency, Tela Viva reported.

If no appeal the penalty, the fine was reduced by 25 percent and lowered the amount to 6.5 billion reais ($ 1.5 million). To access this benefit, the operator must resign in writing to the appeal.

In November 2015, Sky marched second in the market, with a share of 28.2 percent, equivalent to 5.4 million users. America Movil then led with a share of 52.1 percent of clients--10,000,000.

- See more at: http://www.telesemana.com/blog/2016/01/20/anatel-multa-con-us-21-millones-a-sky-brasil-por-incumplir-metas-de-calidad/#sthash.9Gqs4J4n.dpuf