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A Plea for a Radical Change in European FTTH Policy

 

European FTTH policy isn’t working. It’s not in any way controversial to say so, and I have done so repeatedly in the

Fixing broadband as a service

Flowing Water
Flowing Water (CC) bcimet

Martin Geddes is one of the smartest brains in the business, and a good friend. That doesn't stop us

A Masterful Response to ETNO’s Lobbying for ‘Sender Pays’ Internet

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Scales of Justice Brisbane Courts – (CC) Sheba_Also

 

The coming decisions in December regarding possible changes in Internet regulation by the ITU at the heavy-h

Google Fiber: Not So Revolutionary

Yesterday was the big day that Google announced its Kansas City Google Fiber launch. I wasn’t available for the live broadcast, and I

AT&T was good at seeing the future, not at executing on it…

A few weeks back at the Alcatel Lucent analyst event, author Douglas Coupland treated us to a post-dinner speech on visions of

Fastweb was a precursor in IPTV. Will they be a precursor in abandoning it?

It_dpLast week a Milanese newspaper announced that Fastweb was abandoning its IPTV offer (in favor of distributing Sky's satellite Pay-TV solution). Fastweb

The (Slow) Fiber Revolution: My speech at Freedom to Connect

Freedom to Connect is a unique event in technology. The speakers there are just not the usual bunch of speakers, a mix of long-term visionaries

Diffraction Analysis NGA Workshop in Bogota

In two weeks time on June 1st, my excellent ex-colleague Wally Swain and I will be running a one-day workshop on NGA business