A few weeks ago I published a piece entitled Calling Fiber by its Name. Based on a decision by French authorities, operators offering coaxial (FTTLA) or copper (VDSL) fiber based products can still use the word Fiber in their
From a technology standpoint, the various flavours of next generation networks connecting the home have pretty clear distinctions: FTTH, FTTB, FTTC, etc. may sound barbaric to the layman but they have exact definitions. From a marketing standpoint though, it no
It’s refreshing to see that not all telcos are going the way of the phone tree, doing all they can to discourage you from talking to anyone on the phone.
I have written a fair bunch recently about Net Neutrality, and I’ll be writing some more, because this is by no means an issue that’s going anywhere in the near future. Meanwhile though, I wanted to relay an example of
For the last year or so I’ve examined or analyzed a lot of broadband and related services adverts for a report we’re planning to publish this year. Some concepts are better presented than others, but catch-up TV isn’t always put
A fairly low-level short documentary on IPTV in France. I can't seem to embed the video, so I'll just hotlink it.
A few quick comments:
Analogies are evil: are we driving on a dedicated fast lane or reserving a
The following is an AT&T advert for the DVR capability of their U-Verse TV service. It's conceptually good and somewhat reminiscent of the topic of the old Pacific Bell adverts I posted a few months back.
Avoiding community or family
No comment, really…