A few years ago, Diffraction Analysis released a white paper analysing the inception of Stokab, Stockholm’s municipal fiber network and it’s benefits for the City of Stockholm. Entitled ‘Stockholm’s Stokab: A Blueprint for Ubiquitous Fiber Connectivity ?‘
During the SKL event in Brussels last week my presentation was filmed, and it’s been edited in a great way (I think). You can see it here:
Benoit Felten, Diffraction Analysis
The other presentations from the same day can be
As promised last week, here are the slides from my Brussels presentation How the Stokab Model can be Replicated.
These slides present the high level results from our study and white paper: Stockholm’s Stokab: A Blueprint for Ubuquitous Fiber Connectivity?
I have been spending part of my week-end designing the specifications for a dataset that would allow me to identify the existence and importance of bandwidth hogs (or 'disruptive users' as I more politely call them in that document…) I