Updating the last mile in America's telecommunications networks with high-bandwidth, direct fiber optic connections to homes and businesses will deliver substantial environmental benefits in the short term - outweighing the environmental costs of deployment in as little as six years - according to a study released by the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Google has made an impressive and aggressive announcement to built FTTH networks to serve up to 500,000 subscribers. Read Broadband Properties' Steve Ross' take on Google's FTTH iniative.
A study by Navigant Economics of how many jobs would be created by federal incentives to deploy competitive next-generation networks.
A study for the FTTH Council, performed by the telecommunications strategy consulting firm CSMG, on future applications that all-fiber networks will make possible and their value. The study was submitted to the Federal Communications Commission by the Council as it considers a National Broadband Plan.
A study from CSMG. a strategy consulting firm specialized in telecommunications and technology, that Corning and the FTTH Council presented to the Federal Communications Commisson on October 13, 2009 concerning the cost of deploying FTTH across the US. Based on real experience in deploying FTTH networks, it shows that investment requirements for FTTH have decreased substantially over the past few years and vary considerably depending on the topography being served.
PO Box 2664
Glenwood Springs, CO 81602
970 . 309 . 3500