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The FCC issued its latest Internet Access Services report for the period ending December 31, 2012, which provide details on fixed and mobile broadband in the United States. Total broadband connections were 261.7 million, consisting of 92.6 million fixed and … Continue reading
I wrote about this topic back in January 2012 , but felt it was worth a revisit given this opinion piece that appeared in Forbes today titled “Why High Speed Broadband Fibre Is Becoming Irrelevant” In this article, the author … Continue reading
News this past week that growth in LTE is impacting FTTH demand in fiber-rich Japan has definitely raised some red flags as to the future of fixed broadband. During 3Q12, Japan experienced its lowest quarterly demand for FTTH services since … Continue reading
On Wednesday November 7, 2012, AT&T announced its Project Velocity IP (VIP) Plan. In short, it details AT&T’s plans to shift 99% of its network away from TDM to IP. I’ll provide more details in a moment, but this is really … Continue reading
On Monday May 7, 2012, AT&T announced plans to launch a home security and automation service called Digital Life – a service that was previously demonstrated at the 2012 Mobile World Congress shown in Barcelona. The service would provide professional … Continue reading
On Tuesday March 6, 2012, Verizon announced the official launch of its HomeFusion service – an LTE-based broadband solution targeted at households that cannot get another type of fixed broadband – such as DSL, Cable or Fiber. The service was … Continue reading
There has been alot of discussion around a NY Times opinion piece that discusses the New Digital Divide. I have offered my own opinion via the Calix Blog. You can read the article here.