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 ?‘
This is the last webinar of a series of four presenting the results of a 3 country study into FTTH attitudes and perception. This final installment puts in perspective the results from the three countries and examines the impact of
This is the first webinar of a series of four presenting the results of a 3 country study into FTTH attitudes and perception. This first installment present the results of the Swedish study. The study was undertaken in collaboration with
Fiber broadband drives higher satisfaction and advanced usage is subtitled “a quantitative analysis of Swedish broadband user behavior”.
It is the first ever (as far as we’re aware) comparative survey of FTTP and DSL broadband users looking into
The FTTH Council Europe and Diffraction Analysis are running a free webinar on April 15th at 11 AM Central European Time. Benoît Felten and Joeri van Bogart will present and discuss the results of the quantitative study entitled Why Consumers
During the days preceeding the Sotckholm FTTH Council Annual Conference, we published a good number of tweets teasing some of the results of the first FTTH Consumer Survey. This study was undertaken in december with a panel of 400 users,
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
Before the municipal event organised by SKL in Brussels last Thursday I did a quick interview on Stokab which has been put up over the week-end.
You can see it here:
As mentioned previously, this relates to our recent study
I will be speaking next week on Thursday February 7th (14.00-18.00) at an event organised in Brussels by the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL) entitled Local and regional authorities: Key players for broadband rollout.
Last week I had a fascinating (though short) discussion with one of my tech friends in Sweden. The discussion moved on to structural separation. He said to me that back in the days when France Telecom was looking to buy