Railroads in the mid-19th Century brought economic prosperity to Canadian communities. In the 20th Century, electricity, telephone, and paved roads were the engines of community wealth creation. A Community’s well-being in the 21st Century will depend on embracing the enabler of the knowledge economy, ubiquitous ultra-broadband Fibre-to-the-Premise (FTTP). The major cable and telephone companies, Telecom […]
The arrival of the railroad in the mid-18th Century, electricity in the 19th, and the telephone in the 20th brought economic prosperity to countries and communities that were early adopters of these technologies. Beneficially, they removed distance between communities, increased trade, created jobs, and improved living standards. In the 21st Century, ubiquitous symmetric Gigabit broadband access […]
By Eamon D. Hoey MBA, CMC and Ronald J. Pickett MBA, CMC
North American telephone and Cable TV companies have a significant investment in last mile copper networks. They are generally not deploying last mile Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH). Where they are deploying FTTH, they are not offering gigabit speeds needed to support emerging information age […]
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