Real-Estate and Fiber in Lebanon

After the FTTH Council Europe Real-estate and FTTH webinar (the replay of which can be found here), I was sent this

New Zealand Government overturns regulator’s decision on copper pricing

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Roaring start to the New Year

Rainbow Fiber Paths (CC-BY-NC-SA Ben Felten)

We’re only a week into 2013 and already there's more topics to cover than I can conceivably

Onwards and Upwards in 2013!

The beginning of a new year is a good time to look back on what has been achieved and what challenges lie ahead

Why the Bandwidth Debate Judders On?

In December I went over to London to do an interview with Telecom TV’s Martyn Warwick on the reality (or not) of the b

A Plea for a Radical Change in European FTTH Policy

 

European FTTH policy isn’t working. It’s not in any way controversial to say so, and I have done so repeatedly in the

Telecom Italia goes full-blown FTTC

A few years ago, it looked like Italy might be a place where interesting broadband deployment models might emerge. In particular, a