Dane, Karl linked today a Forbes contributed piece about how Google, and essentially all FTTH builds are unrecoverable investments, namely too expensive to build. Now, their source obviously has ulterior motives (he's the CEO of ASSIA, a DSL next-gen company), but his analysis says Google has to invest billions, and still wont break even. They even have a quote in which FiOS is losing money to the tune of $700 per customer.
So, if they are such unrecoverable investments, what are *you* doing that is proving them wrong? Is this just the typical CYA attitude that CableCo's and Telco's are trotting out?
»www.forbes.com/sites/petercohan/ ··· billion/