The first question of course determines the importance of the problem : if owning pre-existing fiber only provides a small advantage over competitors who don’t, then sure, some will be there a little faster, but competitors will catch up soon
I’ll be honest, I’d never heard of Bayonette until I read this article in ZDNet. I tend to be cautious around such announcements because while it’s relatively easy to get coverage in the tech press, it’s much harder
I was having a nice lunch and involved discussion with a good friend who works with a major equipment vendor the other day, and the discussion, as if often does these days, steered towards vectoring and the impact thereof.
As many of you savvy readers are probably aware by now, London based FTTB company Hyperoptic has secured a £50m funding from Quantum Strategic Partners, a structure owned by Soros Fund Management. The UK general and tech press are all
Last week I received the FTTH Council Europe Indivudual Award for outstanding contribution to the Industry (in case you didn’t already know) so to celebrate the occasion I decided to put all of our previously released reports at half-price or
A couple of weeks ago, research firm Point Topic published a thick report commissioned by DG Connect and entitled Broadband Coverage in Europe in 2011. I wanted to understand a little better how the study
A few years ago, it looked like Italy might be a place where interesting broadband deployment models might emerge. In particular, a consortium of alternative operators all working together pushed a radical proposal to pool resources for the deployment of
Ever since the official announcement earlier this year, I have been keeping my eyes peeled for more information on developments in York. An article in Thinkbroadband earlier this week summarized what we know about the plans so far: Fibre to