With the advent of the Juncker European Commission, Digital Europe ranks ever higher on the political agenda. There is a risk however that the new Commission continues in the ineffective path of the previous one by promoting the emergence of
When I was in Munich last month for the annual FTTH Council Conference, there was much talk behind the scenes about the election of the new president of the Board: Chris Holden was reaching the end of his tenure. Chris'
The new news making a low buzz this week-end stemmed from a comment made by Google's SVP David Drummond last Friday in Paris, that Google was "looking very closely" at a European FTTH endeavour. It's unclear whether Drummond was talking
BBWF Europe next week will clearly be about copper. Virtually every vendor or PR agency that contacted me wanted to brief me on VDSL, vectoring, bonding and all that jazz. Just this morning, Alcatel-Lucent announced their big push in this
Funding is one of the key issues in the NGA ecosystem and one that is often not given the attention it deserves. The European Investment Bank has recently announced some significant investments in FTTP operations. Other funds are also considering
There was a TV crew on board at the Milan FTTH Council Europe Conference and they nabbed me (and a number of other people) at the end of day one for a quick interview. You can check out many more
I did a few interviews at the FTTH Council Europe Annual Conference in Lisbon before my zi6 camera failed me. I also think I need to upgrade to the zi8 for stability and sounds reasons, but that’s another topic.
Like I do every year, I will be attending the FTTH
Council Europe Annual Conference in Lisbon on February 24-25th.
This is a really special event for me as it's the greatest gathering of
minds and matter on the topic
Tim points out a tidbit of interesting news that I had missed: The FTTH Council North America and TIA came out vocally against open access for Fiber in filing to the FCC. As Tim points out, they oppose it mostly