Benoit Felten is quoted in an article in the latest issue of The Economist entitled Battle of the Wires. He talks about whether BT could do more in terms of broadband delivery to the UK to avoid structural separation.
During the FTTH Council Conference in Stockholm the speakers were interviewed for a live broadcast in between sessions. While the sessions themselves are not available for public viewing (but can be purchased through a virtual pass, we believe), the interviews
I did an interview with Telecom TV’s Ian Scales a couple of weeks back on the French Net Neutrality kerfuffle. Telecom TV entitled it: Google refuses to pay the piper.
In December I went over to London to do an interview with Telecom TV’s Martyn Warwick on the reality (or not) of the bandwidth crunch. We also ended up talking (a bit) about Google Fiber.
Here is the inteview in
An article in Wired Business written by Susan Crawford and published on Oct. 2nd (entitled We Can’t All Be in Google’s Kansas: A Plan for Winning the Bandwidth Race) mentions our New Zealand study and highlights the positive aspects
The replay for the webinar Benoît Felten led for the FTTH Council Europe on Service Strategies in May is available on replay on Vimeo.
It’s embedded here. It contains a number of key data points for network providers looking at
Last Friday I was invited to participate in a Special of This Week in Tech (aka twit) called “The Truth about Bandwidth Caps“. It featured, beyond myself,
- Tom Merritt from twit who was hosting it,
- Dane Jasper,
Our latest report Do data caps target the wrong users? A Bandwidth Usage Reality Check is generating quite a bit of attention. Here’s a list of publications covering it:
- DSL Prime puts the results in perspective with some of the