Although obviously very unhappy with the broadband monopoly created by the previous government, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull – as its shareholder minister – also has to protect the interests of NBN Co.
I've always felt that Broadband World Forum was just the right size for a telecom event. It's big enough that more or less everyone who is anyone is there, which for me – as an analyst – is a boon
The FTTH Council APAC Anuual Conference in Seoul last week was the second of three such conferences worldwide (the third will be in Las Vegas in September) and as such a second round of numbers was released. I won't dwell
Yesterday’s Webinar on Emerging Markets & Next-Gen Broadband was very successful (highest number of attendees of any webinar I hosted or co-hosted) and resulted in a lot of interesting questions. Evidently a few people were knocking at the wrong door
Early this week, Bouygues Telecom, the #3 mobile player in the French market announced that they would be offering triple play FTTB services starting Summer 2010. In 2009, Bouygues Telecom launched their triple-play BBox offering over ADSL over the remnants
As early as two years ago, I cast a doubtful look on the numbers that were coming out of the FTTH Council Asia Pacific regarding Chinese coverage and penetration. This year's numbers are even more astounding. I don't have access