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 hard to believe that profitable businesses would be so detested by their customers, and yet survey after survey shows how US broadband users revile their cable operator. The latest is the subject of an article in the Washington post
“The rich are getting gouged and poor are very often left out…”
Must see if you want to understand the reality of the US broadband market.
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 few weeks ago, we released a report written by Herman entitled Understanding the Cable Threat. Cable and FTTH are often opposed, for good reasons from an industry structure point of view, but the commentary on the relative merits
Benoît is just back from India, and has been increasingly involved in that exciting market in the last few months. He spoke to a number of local journalists recently, as witnessed in the following news article for Cable Quest magazine
The FTTH Council APAC Anuual Conference in Seoul last week was the second of three such conferences worldwide (the third will be in Las Vegas in September) and as such a second round of numbers was released. I won't dwell
Last week, I had the opportunity to speak with the CTO of a European Cable Operator who shall remain nameless, at least for now. You see, I've been trying to ascertain the upgrade path of cable for the last few
This is the speech of ZON’s CEO (I think?) at the FTTH Council Conference in Lisbon in February 2010. ZON is one of the most interesting cable operators in Europe as far as fiber strategy is concerned.