- The Latest Issue (Nov 21, 2013) of our newsletter “The Voice of Broadband” is available for download
- Global Survey Confirms Smart Home Services Key to New Revenue Opportunities for Broadband Operators
- Do we really need Gigabit Broadband Speeds? Eventually.
- Is VDSL2 Vectoring Destroying the FTTH Business Case?
- The Cable Show 2013: Too Legit To Quit
- By: Medical Jobs
- Ernie Johnston on Do we really need Gigabit Broadband Speeds? Eventually.
- PSTN Abandonment: Is it happening? - Best Phone System on Verizon Getting Aggressive with Copper Plant Shutdown
- eamonn on The Fixed versus Mobile Condundrum – Part II
- Alcatel-Lucent ayuda a los operadores a optimizar sus redes - On Digital Magazine on Demand for VDSL2 Vectoring Expected to Be Significant
- mathewpb on Global Survey Confirms Telcos Embracing VDSL2 Vectoring
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Category Archives: mobile broadband
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.