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Three Years of Downward Trending ARPU Continues to Impact Big 4 Wireless Carrier’s Bottom Line

March 10, 2016

By Chris Ramirez, Area Vice President of Business Development, Orange County, CA While the overall outlook for the Tier 1 wireless carriers continues to look positive, there is one stubborn statistic which hasn’t really budged for the past three years, the Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). In fact, it’s been trending downward. This trend impacts […]

WORLDWIDE SUPPLY OFFERING IMMEDIATE DELIVERY OF CONNECT AMERICA FUND (CAF–II) BROADBAND HARDWARE

February 8, 2016

By Christine Newman, Senior Account Manager Last year, the Federal Communications Commission authorized 10 telecommunications carriers (AT&T, Cincinnati Bell, CenturyLink, Consolidated Communications, Fairpoint Communications, Frontier Communications, Hawaiian Telcom, Micronesian Telecom, Verizon and Windstream Communications) to receive nearly $9 billion for rural broadband deployment projects via Phase II of the Connect America Fund. Together with the […]

When is the Right Time for Cable Operators to Migrate from DOCSIS 3.0 to CCAP

February 2, 2016

By Shawn Grennan, Vice President of Sales Broadband cable operators are at a crossroad and asking themselves a very important question about the evolution of their network— Do we aggressively move to CCAP (Converged Cable Access Platform) or do we stick with DOCIS 3.0 and try to make the most out of our current infrastructure? […]

Upgrade Your Network Based on Your Needs—not the OEM

January 22, 2016

By Owen Grohman, Director of NetGuard Maintenance It’s been a record-breaking year here at Worldwide Supply. We’d love to tout that our success is due exclusively to the quality of products and our unrivaled customer service (that’s a big part of the equation)–but that’s not all of it: We can also thank the network hardware […]

YOUR CISCO ISR G1 SERVICE ROUTER END OF SUPPORT IS APPROACHING — ARE YOU PROTECTED?

December 7, 2015

The popular Cisco ISR G1 Series EOS is October 31, 2016 In 2011, when Cisco announced its ISR G1 End of Life (EoL) and eventual End of Support (EOS) at the end of 2016, most system engineers didn’t worry too much about the eventual need to source affordable, top-quality third-party maintenance and repair coverage. But suddenly we’re looking […]

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