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- 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
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- 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
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- mathewpb on Global Survey Confirms Telcos Embracing VDSL2 Vectoring
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Tag Archives: regulatory
On Friday, January 18, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski issued his Gigabit Challenge – calling for at least one gigabit testbed community in all 50 states by 2015. It should be noted that this is simply a verbal challenge – not based … Continue reading
Between Verizon’s 2Q12 earnings call and Lowell McAdam’s (Verizon’s Chairman & CEO) participation at the Guggenheim Securities Symposium, there was a lot of talk last week regarding the controlled shutdown of its copper plant. Verizon has made no secret of its plans … Continue reading
The European Commission recently provided an update on the implementation of the national broadband plans in the EU-27 countries, along with Croatia, Norway and Switzerland. For reference, the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE) required all Member States to devise and … 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.
At its October 27, 2011 meeting, the FCC voted unanimously to comprehensively reform its Universal Service Fund and intercarrier compensation systems and create a new Connect America Fund with an annual budget of no more than $4.5 billion; down significantly from the … Continue reading
The Broadband Commission for Digital Development was formed in May 2010 by the ITU and UNESCO. The goals are to define practical ways in which countries can provide access to broadband networks, in cooperation with the private sector. The Broadband Commission … Continue reading
The European Commission, as part of its Digital Agenda, has proposed spending €9.2 billion on broadband projects between 2014-2020. This funding is part of a bigger project – Connect Europe Facility (CEF) which proposes €50 billion on projects associated with transportation, energy … Continue reading