Back in November I participated in an event in London organised by the Reform Think Tank about the future of broadband in
Our webinar on Nov. 18th hosted by the FTTH Council Europe was extremely successful, both in terms of attendance and in the level
The debate around next-generation access in general and Fiber to the Home in particular is dominated by one single overbearing concept: deploying a
I was reading the november issue of Wired on the plane this week (the beauty of digital copies on tablets is that you can catch up on past issues!)
Funding is one of the key issues in the NGA ecosystem and one that is often not given the attention it deserves. The
In recent months, I have become increasingly aware of how risk-averse telcos have become. Some might argue that they have never been much for taking risks. I'm not sure I agree with that: in the boom years of 1998-2001, telcos
French tech blogger and fiber enthusiast Jean-Michel Billaut pointed on his blog to a recently published study about the electrification of France.
At the end of last week, the European Commission finally released its new rulings on state aid for broadband. The full document