Virgin has a new ad for its 50Mb/s service, and it's all the buzz on the blogosphere, thanks in part to the fact that their ad agency apparently sollicited a number of bloggers directly to comment, including our very own
Yesterday Total Telecom released a white paper written by Keymile and entitled Ethernet Point-to-Point vs.PON: A comparison of two optical access network technologies. As you probably know if you read me, I have written quite a bit on this
"In other news, water is wet", you might think. And yet the recent study published by the USDA (see USDA Study Finds Rural Communities Benefit From Greater Broadband Internet Acess) is a landmark in that it demonstrates on the
There's an interesting Telephony Online article by the decidedly forward thinking Carol Wilson entitled Economic Crisis Fueling Open Network Interest. Based on a report and interview by Paul Budde it lays out the case for Trans-Sector thinking and the
I'm sure you noticed the cryptic French post titles recently. I won't explain this one, let's just say that if you read Asterix dans le texte (in the original language) you know what this refers to.
All this to say
In the last few weeks, and particularly since the FTTH Business Model webinar that I and my colleague Wally held in late June, there's been some serious blogging and press coverage about this piece of research. More recently, I was
Kostas Troulos posted yesterday about OTE's announcement of a VDSL roll-out under the title OTE announces VDSL rollout and upsets Greece's FTTH Plans. I encourage you to read his account of OTE's announcement to roll-out VDSL. What I find