The Infrastructure Solution to the Broadband Problem

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

AT&T’s New Paradigm

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More details on the B4RN FTTH model

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The Importance of B4RN

It would be easy to dismiss the B4RN initiative in the UK as such a small scale approach that it is meaningless, and

Fujitsu, Virgin and Talk Talk rock BT’s boat

Uk_dp (Note: whenever I mention BT in this post, I mean the BT group, including openreach, wholesale and retail)

Incumbents are facing