I already talked about how impressed I'd been at Cisco's telepresence a few weeks ago. Last Friday, I was invited by international business service provider Easynet to their telepresence facility in Nanterre for a briefing on the topic with their
Last Thursday, Alcatel Lucent was holding its Innovation Days 2008 in Paris. This is, as the name suggests, an annual event which gives Bell Labs the opportunity to present to Alcatel Lucent customers, employees, analysts and the press a set
I wish I had FTTH service in my home, but alas, it is not the case. The next best thing, however, is drooling at how cool it is, and that has recently been made possible by a new blog held
Telecom TV provides us with a debate of sorts (the sort where all the participants agree but still say interesting things) entitled Disruption in Core Telco Businesses. Here it is:
I’m not absolutely sure I agree completely with the analysis
ARCEP has released the Q1 2007 figures on the telephony market yesterday (Le Marché des Services de Télécommunications en France au 1er trimestre 2007).
The part of fixed line originating calls handled by ADSL has grown massively in
For evident reasons – is it not, after all, called Fiber to the Home – most FTTH announcements don’t dwell on the issue of enterprise services. Residential-only service providers usually mention that FTTH will provide opportunities to address the lower-end