Every day we read articles describing how wireless sensor networks will drive change in cities all around the world, bringing connectivity to street furniture, vehicles, utility networks and so on… In particular numerous Smart City enthusiasts regularly praise low power
To say that everything surrounding the Australian NBN is a political can of worms would be an understatement. The general elections in a few weeks, with Labor trailing in the polls, may spell if not the doom at least a
After the FTTH Council Europe Real-estate and FTTH webinar (the replay of which can be found here), I was sent this picture by a contact in Lebanon. It’s good to see that – especially in emerging markets –
The replay for the FTTH Benefits for Real-Estate Webinar is up on Vimeo. You can find it here:
For the last few weeks, I have been busy working on a big in-depth report on NGA services. Although its importance can sometimes be exaggerated, TV content is of course at the heart of NGA portfolio considerations, and I
As some of you may know, US incumbents and cable operators have been lobbying fiercely in the last few years to forbid local governments by law of investing in broadband infrastructure. This morning, one such bill which was to be
We’re only a week into 2013 and already there’s more topics to cover than I can conceivably talk about. And I’m not even attending CES!!!
So we’ll be talking about many things this week,