Fiber broadband drives higher satisfaction and advanced usage is subtitled “a quantitative analysis of Swedish broadband user behavior”.
It is the first ever (as far as we’re aware) comparative survey of FTTP and DSL broadband users looking into
One of the most interesting features of this week’s alternative NBN plan published by the Australian opposition (see my article Australia’s NBN becomes a political football on Telecom TV) is this notion of “on-demand FTTP”.
On paper, there’s a lot
Fiber to the premises (FTTP) has become a major differentiator in the access market. The list of countries with significant FTTP deployment grows every year, and 2011 was no exception. Overall, however, FTTP deployment is growing far more slowly than
A quick note to let you know that our annual free report on the state of FTTP deployments around the world is out: you can get it here!
Here's the blurb in case you don't know what I'm talking about:
I have posted my slides from the IBBT municipal fiber workshop in Ghent a few weeks ago on the Diffraction Analysis blog. The keynote speech was entitled The Universal Fiber Revolution. I hope you find it interesting and don't
UK company Hyperoptic announced yesterday that its FTTH first customers were going live in Wandsworth, London, in a 133 flat estate called Price's Court. The UK tech press gave the announcement some coverage today, though not a huge amount, it
Before the FTTH Council Europe Annual Conference in Milan last week I was invited to speak at a private workshop organised by a vendor. Amongst the speakers were three incumbents. All three made presentations on the techniques they were using