From a technology standpoint, the various flavours of next generation networks connecting the home have pretty clear distinctions: FTTH, FTTB, FTTC, etc.
The UK has been a market of particular interest for me in the last few months, partly because as I noted in a previous post, we have seen a lot more private initatives in FTTH there than in most
I've always felt that Broadband World Forum was just the right size for a telecom event. It's big enough that more or
The following is an AT&T advert for the DVR capability of their U-Verse TV service. It's conceptually good and somewhat reminiscent of the
Some might argue that it had never really started, but in any case BT has announced that they were resuming FTTP deployment starting this month. Apparently the delay in deploying FTTP was due to other FTTP trials providing a lot
A press release yesterday by the EC states that the commission accepts Ofcom's proposal to enforce only Active Line Access (now called VULA) wholesaling of the FTTC
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
I've been travelling these last few days with a bad combination of available time or wifi access (ie. I never had both at the same time). The usual consequence of being back is that the workload hs gone through the