The FTTH Council Europe conference last week in Luxembourg was a good edition (although I definitely think that the Council’s strategy of going for smaller and smaller hosting cities is misguided) with a number of topics that resonated with me.
When I was in London a few weeks ago to talk about Structural Separation, the New Zealand example was of course very much on display. The increase in compounded shareholder value of the two companies post-separation (Chorus and Spark) is
In the last few weeks, Thomas Langer and myself have been talking about structural separation via spin-off at length, and interestingly yesterday’s news gave us an illustration of what it might look like. I’ll let Thomas describe this to you
Our webinar on Nov. 18th hosted by the FTTH Council Europe was extremely successful, both in terms of attendance and in the level of engagement and quality of questions. The video has been uploaded, and is available here. The
The week before last, after the FTTH Council Conference in Stockholm, Stokab and Stocholm IT Region organized an event for their customers and stakeholders. They filmed the whole proceedings and have put it all up on a the Stockholm IT
Not long, that’s how long.
Stefan Stanislawski writes a really interesting blog post over at Fibernomics.com entitled Typical major telco shareholders hold the stock less than a year – is this really the right type of capital to fund fibre?
For a number of weeks now, we've been hearing that Google has entered some troubled waters when it comes to its Kansas City Fiber project. The first customers were supposed to be connected in early 2012, and that's clearly not