Is Google Fiber (Finally) Changing the Broadband Game ?

Past my initial enthusiasm all these years ago, I’ve always been a bit of a Google Fiber skeptic. The long-term impact of Google Fiber on the US Broadb

The other side of the FTTH Ecosystem

Us_dpLast week in NYC I met with Hunter Newby, the founder of Allied Fiber and of Telx before that. Not only is

Speaking at the Workshop on Municipal Fiber in Ghent, Oct. 24th

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On October 24th, I will be a keynote speaker at the Workshop on Municipal Fiber in Ghent, Belgium. This event, as the title suggests, will be focused on municipal fiber broadb

Google Deploys Experimental FTTH in the US

Us_dp I've always been one of those who stated that Google had no interest in being an infrastructure player. I guess I was wrong

FTTH Council North America against Open Access

Us_dp Tim points out a tidbit of interesting news that I had missed: The FTTH Council North America and TIA came out vocally against

Bouygues Telecom to offer FTTx services over Num√©ricable’s network

France Early this week, Bouygues Telecom, the #3 mobile player in the French market announced that they would be offering triple play FTTB services starting Summer 2010. In 2009, Bouygues Telecom launched their triple-play BBox offering over ADSL over the remnants

Open Access and Trans-Sector Innovation

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