Every day we read articles describing how wireless sensor networks will drive change in cities all around the world, bringing connectivity to street furniture, vehicles, utility networks and so on… In particular numerous Smart City enthusiasts regularly praise low power
The French Fiber PPPs are called RIP, Réseau d’Initiative Publique (Public Initiative Network). An unfortunate acronym, perhaps, considering the largest one of these seems to be in big big trouble. THD Seine is the largest such network in Europe, with
It came to my attention recently that Orange, the French incumbent ISP and a powerful market player in numerous other European and non-European countries had launched a Testlab for Gigabit apps in San Francisco.
It’s an interesting move, one that
Last week I was in Stockholm all week for the 2014 edition of the FTTH Council Europe’s annual conference. It was a very good week for me (though sleep deprivation nearly got me in the end) with lots of
As some of you may know, US incumbents and cable operators have been lobbying fiercely in the last few years to forbid local governments by law of investing in broadband infrastructure. This morning, one such bill which was to be
During the SKL event in Brussels last week my presentation was filmed, and it’s been edited in a great way (I think). You can see it here:
Benoit Felten, Diffraction Analysis
The other presentations from the same day can be
As promised last week, here are the slides from my Brussels presentation How the Stokab Model can be Replicated.
These slides present the high level results from our study and white paper: Stockholm’s Stokab: A Blueprint for Ubuquitous Fiber Connectivity?
Before the municipal event organised by SKL in Brussels last Thursday I did a quick interview on Stokab which has been put up over the week-end.
You can see it here:
As mentioned previously, this relates to our recent study