With the Mobile World Congress starting today in Barcelona, the Internet of Things scene will certainly see a lot of announcements this week. And the Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) segment will definitely have its share of novelty, as can
We at Diffraction Analysis are rarely early on our new year’s wishes. It’s in our french DNA to wait for the end of January (which conveniently brings us closer to celebrating the Chinese Year of the Rooster as well). But
If you’ve been following the French telecom scene these last few days, you can’t have missed the turmoil that the regulator’s latest announcement led to. For those who missed it, the French telecom regulatory authority -the ARCEP- published on January
Yesterday I went to the second meet-up of The Things Network Paris. For those who don’t know it , The Things Network (TTN) is a community-driven and crowdsourced IoT network. Anybody can extend the network coverage, by setting up its
There are many resources available on the global numbers for FTTx around the world, be they subscriber numbers or ports shipped. However, all of these numbers tend to look at things by country as the narrowest categorization of data.
A few years ago, Diffraction Analysis released a white paper analysing the inception of Stokab, Stockholm’s municipal fiber network and it’s benefits for the City of Stockholm. Entitled ‘Stockholm’s Stokab: A Blueprint for Ubiquitous Fiber Connectivity ?‘
2015 has been a troubled year on the international scene, and while it isn’t our role at Diffraction Analysis to comment news events, no matter how dramatic, they keep haunting our field as well, with a broad and fast extension