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February 22, 2015 by

Telcos wearing the costs of selfie-stick policymaking

Policymaking should be about evidence-based improvement, not just leaving swathes of destruction around you. Yet, as the Coalition tries to ramrod data retention into existence, the real costs of policy self-obsession are once again becoming clear.

July 9, 2007 by

FiOS - Verizon's long-term vision to the 10+ gigabit home

As the computer and Internet revolution blooms, the one thing that is lagging behind is broadband connectivity.  There's no question that the future of long-range high-speed telecommunication is Fiber, but different companies are taking different approaches.

October 13, 2003

On the Cutting Edge

Much has been made about the revival of the telecom industry and of the latest and greatest technologies that are going to come back into style. To be successful in today's market, however, products need to be almost immediately able to produce definable operational efficiencies, near-term compensating revenues, or some sort of strategic advantage that can be leveraged in service offerings.


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