Monthly Archives: July 2014

ITS 2014: Standalone Mobile Business Model – disrupts or to be disrupted

From 22nd – 25th June 2014, I attended the European Regional International Telecommunication Society Conference (ITS 2014), Brussels, Belgium (, where I presented two papers: the first paper  titled “The Incentives and Challenges of Delivering Linear Broadcasting Services over Cellular Network … Continue reading

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Broadband-Broadcast Convergence – to be or not to be?

Yesterday, I arrived at the Brussels Midi station in a rainy, grey morning—not a very inspiring start for the day to attend the 2nd workshop organized by European Commission on Broadcast-Broadband Convergence. In the 5-hour workshop, the consulting company Plum hired by … Continue reading

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Fiber Access changes gears

You may not have noticed, but broadband internet access in Sweden has reached “critical mass”. At some point, during the last year or so, this feature in homes went from a luxury item for a selected few, to a sanitary … Continue reading

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