I’ve long held the idea that a short video explaining the concept of net neutrality to joe and jane average should be feasible.
Freedom to Connect is a unique event in technology. The speakers there are just not the usual bunch of speakers, a mix of long-term visionaries
If you're a sad geek like me you tried to follow the Apple announcements last night despite one live blogging service after another collapsing. The Siri announcement is certainly the most potentially disruptive thing out of that press conference. For
The FTTH Council Europe has released a video to explain the benefits of FTTH to laypeople. It's a necessary exercice, even if for the people reading this blog on a regular basis it'll probably feel like FTTH for Dummies. It's
I"ve already mentioned this several times on this blog, I believe that Video-Communication could be a defining service for next-generation access networks provided that service providers don't let the opportunity pass them by, act boldly
I let the Cisco Umi survey run until last night. As of that time, there were 66 respondants (not bad…) Before I comment the results, let me stress that I do not consider this to be either unbiased or statistically
In the wake of a rural broadband conference in the UK last week, this video of a fibre dig by a bunch