Eric Rutter Offers State of the Market Assessment on Customer-Premises Equipment in the Americas
The network service provider (NSP) community performed well above expectations as it absorbed a sudden surge in demand for broadband access in response to the shelter-in-place policies due to the COVID-19 crisis. The industry was able to not only maintain connectivity, but also address the innumerable challenges and questions as consumers relied almost exclusively on their in-home networks to work, study, and entertain themselves.
As a result, 2020 was a pivotal year in the development and deployment of Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) to support the shifting needs of end users. This has resulted in a wave of innovation and advancements in technology that is paving the way for exciting new capabilities in 2021 and beyond.
To learn more about the current state of CPE and how it will evolve in the future, we caught up with Eric Rutter, President of Americas at Technicolor Connected Home.
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