The beginning of a new year is a good time to look back on what has been achieved and what challenges lie ahead of us. For Diffraction Analysis, this particular moment also marks the two-year anniversary of a new research
In December I went over to London to do an interview with Telecom TV’s Martyn Warwick on the reality (or not) of the bandwidth crunch. We also ended up talking (a bit) about Google Fiber.
Stokab has become one of these landmark municipal broadband projects that many people quote and talk about but that until now had never really been studied in depth.
A few months ago, Google approached us and asked if we would
The excellent Bill St Arnaud posts a very interesting analysis today of the Google Fiber project in Kansas City on his blog under the title Google’s secret strategy with the Kansas City Fiber project. In this post, Bill states
In my spare time I’ve started to work on photos of fiber optic lights again. This morning I published this one which I quite like. Tell me what you think.
If you have an account of 500px, I would
In case you missed it, here's an opinion piece I posted on the Diffraction Analysis blog last week, about the relative cost of FTTH and why it's (in my opinion) generally not apprehended in the right way. It's called FTTH