Geoff Wilbur’s Telecom Quotes

Following are links to places on the web where I’ve been quoted as a telecom expert.
The quotes are mostly about fiber-to-the-home or competitive local exchange carriers.

"MSOs' approach to business customers varies" in Lightwave Magazine, August 2007
(discussing the cable industry)

"Fiber to the Home Installations to Soar by 2004, Says Researcher" in Xchange Magazine online, 10/15/02
(other Xchange Magazine links are here and here)

"Corning Pipes Up on Last Mile" in Light Reading, 9/5/02, 7/24/02:
(Note: the FTTH market reached 60,000 homes in 2001, not 600,000 as noted in the article)
"Fiber: Coming Soon To A Home Near You" can be found at, ISP Planet, Optically, or

"FTTx: An unreal reality takes shape" in Communications Engineering & Design, March 2002 (Also, here.)

"Fiber to the Where?" in Communications Engineering & Design, March 2002

"Chicago's CivicNet to bring fiber to every neighborhood" in Lightwave, January 2002

"FITL large-scale deployment in the US expected by 2005" in Global Sources Broadband Communications, 10/4/01

"FTTH catches on with Independents" in Telephony, 10/1/01 (see also here)

"Clean and clear" in Communications Engineering & Design, September 2001

Associated Press article, in newspapers 3/16-19/01; article available online at The Augusta Chronicle as "Fiber-optics improve Web speed, snarl traffic,"
the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as "Cities struggle with mess left by race for high-speed access,"
and probably other places

"Keep those cable spools rolling" in Lightwave Fiber Exchange, November 1999

"CLEC revenues and network expansion going strong" at, 5/19/99

You’ll find some of my writing online here:

I cowrote "Competitive Carriers Join the Establishment" in the May 2007 edition of Xchange Magazine (pages 16-17)

I wrote several pieces for New Paradigm Resources Group's Communications Technology Advisor (CTA),
previously known as the Competitive Telecom Advisor. The CTAs have since been turned into blog entries
on NPRG's site. Though not formatted the way they were when I originally wrote them, the blog entries
listed below are the articles I penned for NPRG's CTAs:

August 3, 2007 -- Backhauling WiMAX with... WiMAX? Not for Long!
July 23, 2007 -- A Strengthening Force: Next Generation Video & Business Bundles to Take Telcos to Task
July 9, 2007 -- Fixed Wireless at NXTcomm 2007: Microwave and Millimeter Wave, Wherefore Art Thou?
July 9, 2007 -- NXTcomm 2007: Communication Industry’s ‘Auto Show’ Presents Its Version of the Concept Cars
May 10, 2007 -- Clearwire EBITDA Positive in 10 of 25 Initial Markets
April 27, 2007 -- The DVR Revolution
June 14, 2006 -- GLOBALCOMM Overview: A Look Back at GLOBALCOMM 2006
May 3, 2006 -- As Cellular Backhaul Outgrows Copper's Capabilities, It's Bonded Copper to the Rescue
April 27, 2006 -- Fixed Wireless Carriers on the Cusp
January 16, 2006 -- Broadband Power Line (BPL): Charged For Prime Time?
November 8, 2005 -- The Triple Triple Play: Examining the Misleading "Quadruple Play" Terminology

And now you can find more of my writing in my blog:

In August 2012, I started a telecom and tech industry blog to allow me to share articles and opinions on the many segments
of the telecom and technology industries in which I've gained experience. I started posting regularly in April 2014.
You can click here to see

You’ll also find me online here:

Michigan Number Portability Workshop, 8/23/96

You used to be able to hear me on NPRG's May 3, 2007 podcast with Peter Allen of DragonWave, but I don't think it's still online anywhere.
Here, at least, is an announcement of NPRG's podcast series; it mentions the Peter Allen podcast.

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