In 2016, G.fast looked very promising.
But only BT & Australia's nbn remain
Dark Blue: Firm commitments from incumbent: BT (10M), Belgacom, Australian NBN, Swisscom, Austria, Bezeq Israel, Chunghwa Taiwan, Telus Canada, Telekom South Africa, SK Korea, (U.S.) AT&T, Century, Frontier, Windstream, Belgium, Omantel
Mid Blue: Smaller carriers in Germany, Norway, Finland, Japan
- Published: 12 May 2015 12 May 2015
Paris CDG: May 19-21 Upperside G.fast. It’s not too late to register. http://bit.ly/1Pdy0oB 500 megabit copper is ready to go. The future begins this year. As chair of the event, I promise to get questions answered and keep things lively. Join me. Register here.
In three days, you can meet two dozen of the very best, including the telcos ready to build:
Trevor Linney of BT, trialling 4,000 lines with a CEO wanting to connect 15 million (“The vast majority of the U.K.). They also lead in G.fast to connect wireless sites and extenders
Gerald Clerkx, Telekom Austria, who had the first customer line in the world
Marcel Reitman of Swisscom, in an active trial
Tom Starr of AT&T, coy about 30 million lines
Hubert Mariotte of Orange/France Telecom, 18 million homes to speed up
Hyung Jin Park of Korea, sure to have a surprise
Inventors who have set the standard for more than 20 years
Kevin Foster of BT, Tom Starr of AT&T, Frank van der Putten of Alcatel,
Les Brown of Huawei, Ken Kerpez of ASSIA and more. Pioneers, all.
Sckipio, Ikanos, Lantiq and other chipmakers.
Alcatel, Huawei, Adtran and the other equipment makers.