The eyes of the (fiber) world have been focused on Australia these last few weeks as the bold plan for national fiber roll-out is in danger of dying if the current labor government gets ousted by the liberal coalition.
I'll be honest, I was surprised to see that Eircom was launching an open access FTTH pilot. They announced this earlier this week, as you can see from this press release. Why am I surprised ? I guess mostly
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
Tomorrow morning, I'm taking a flight out to Louisiana for Fiber Fete. I'm really excited about this event, probably more than I've been about any Fiber related event in a long time. I just finalised my presentation this afternoon,
Ever since the Google FTTH announcement a couple of weeks ago, the internet (and indeed the real world, for a change) has been abuzz with rumours, analysis, speculation and downright madness in some instances. In the meantime, I have written
The following video by FTTH Project Leader Yves Parfait was posted today on the Orange Innovation TV website. It only exists in French so far (some of their videos are subtitled). If time allows, I’ll do a transcript, but it’s