With the heated net neutrality debate in Europe and the US, the question of objective indicators to measure the performance of broadb
In an opinion piece published recently, The Economist argues that the Net Neutrality problem is really a competition problem. I have argued the same in the past. On paper, the argument makes sense.
If there is no underlying cost
There was an interesting and animated discussion on twitter yesterday about the fact that journalists systematically present network congestion due to Online
I was just pointed to this fantastic German video that ‘unveils’ Deutsche Telekom’s plans with internet discrimination. It’s both funny (because it turns every creepy aspect of it into a ‘feature’, like “you will no longer be bothered by
I’ve been living in China for close to 4 weeks now. Admittedly not long enough to get a real sense for what it is to live here, especially since my living conditions are not exactly similar to those of your
One of the striking realizations of my Analyst career was when I found out that very often companies in the broadband
Last night the US regulator FCC announced that they were carving out exceptions to Net Neutrality rulings for “fast lanes” that ISPs could charge to OSPs. Only in La La L
I’ve long held the idea that a short video explaining the concept of net neutrality to joe and jane average should be feasible.
Plum Consulting has released a really excellent and concise paper on the impact of over-the-top services on the telco business model. It's entitled
Last week I had the opportunity to speak about Net Neutrality at two separate events organised for and around internet start-ups. The first