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.
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
For the last year or so I’ve examined or analyzed a lot of broadband
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
No comment, really…