As you probably know by now, I've been spending a lot of my evenings in recent weeks working on analysing an actual dataset of last mile usage. I'm not quite there yet, but I'm hopeful that the results will be
In an era where the buzzwords about broadband and the internet seem to be caps and hogs, it's reassuring and exciting to see someone trying to buck the trend and offer what customers want as opposed to what he thinks
I've been musing about policy a lot these last few weeks.
I sense a shift in the way European institutions in particular are looking at the issue of policy and FTTH deployment incentives.
In North America, there's a clear trope
Clearly, if my stats are to be trusted, no one reads me on a Friday. Still, a few interesting things came up stateside this week (which was actually made last week but I only picked it up today…) which I
I've always been one of those who stated that Google had no interest in being an infrastructure player. I guess I was wrong and this is proof once again that disruptive thinking is hard to anticipate (I guess it's the
Seen from the shores of old Europe, US comparative advertising always seems incredibly unsubtle, but it’s also (I guess) incredibly efficient. I’ve put up a few adverts over the last few months of cable masquerading as fiber. The advertising response
As you know the traditional telco model has been high on my mind these last few weeks. Discussions with people smarter (and better at disruptive thinking) than myself sparked a maturation process in my own thinking that led me