For the last week or so, the French net scene has been abuzz with rumours of an end to unlimited wireline internet offerings. Comparisons are made with Australia and US capping, and net denizens, analysts and activists are screaming blue
Last week I spent an hour on the phone with New York Times columnist Randy Stross talking about Hong-Kong Broadband Network's strategy. It's sometime a little tough to discover that in the final article (Cheap, Ultra-Fast Broadband? Hong-Kong Has
Before the FTTH Council Europe Annual Conference in Milan last week I was invited to speak at a private workshop organised by a vendor. Amongst the speakers were three incumbents. All three made presentations on the techniques they were using
The first of our reports is James Enck‘s Hong Kong’s City Telecom has the recipe to spin glass into gold.
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Today, Lithuanian incumbent TEO announces that it has passed the 100.000 FTTP customer landmark (more specifically, 88.000 on FTTH and 12.000 on FTTB). In and of itself, that may not seem newsworthy, but things become more interesting when you realise
The whole net neutrality debate is heating up again, both in Europe and the US. As usual, the positions are quite clear: application and content providers generally support a truly neutral internet ecosystem, network operators support an ecosystem where discrimination