Someone told me recently that an AT&T executive was heard to say that FTTC was their billion dollars mistake. I don't know if there's any truth to it, but one thing I do know is that the impact of the
The Wall Street Journal has a pretty cool and enlightening infographic on the break-up and subsequent consolidation of the US telecom landscape:
Last week I spent an hour on the phone with New York Times columnist Randy Stross talking about Hong-Kong Broadband Network's strategy. It's sometime a little tough to discover that in the final article (Cheap, Ultra-Fast Broadband? Hong-Kong Has
For a number of weeks I've been itching to write a piece on the revival of the so-called Net Neutrality proceedings by the US FCC. I stalled because I wanted to read Chairman Genachowski's remarks on preserving Internet Freedom and
First I want to apologise for the week's radio silence. Ever since Lafayette's FiberFete I haven't really had a minute to stop and blog. There's a lot of things I'd like to talk/write about but time has been the issue.
"In other news, water is wet", you might think. And yet the recent study published by the USDA (see USDA Study Finds Rural Communities Benefit From Greater Broadband Internet Acess) is a landmark in that it demonstrates on the