Tag Archive: FTTH

Aug
10
2011

FTTH Wins in FCC’s Broadband Performance Test

The FCC’s recently released paper called Measuring Broadband America, which reveals results of a study on broadband performance, paints an encouraging picture of how advertised broadband rates stack up against reality. It also reinforces some of what we already knew about broadband, such as the fact that fiber-to-the-home delivers overall superior performance to cable HFC …

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Jul
21
2011

The Medium is the Message

I just spent three days at a TMC open house in San Jose, Calif., meeting with a cavalcade of organizations specializing in everything from soup to nuts, as they say.  Visitors told us about their acceleration solutions, business applications and services, call recording products, PC maintenance software, storage capabilities, security offers, mobile applications, network management …

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Mar
31
2011

Google Picks Kansas City

When Google got reporter keyboards clicking more than a year ago with promises to bring gigabit-speed FTTH a lucky community in the United States, I used this space to blog about how while these plans were worthy of note, it is the broadband service provider community that is best positioned to expand and improve high-speed …

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Mar
24
2011

ILSR Maps Out Community-Owned Networks

As I mentioned in a recent blog in this space, I’m not sure it always makes sense to discuss things like education and key infrastructure within a business context. That is to say, as a country, we should focus on how to provide education, energy, transportation and other basic infrastructure and services to our people …

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