What is Fiber to the Antenna (FTTA) and why does it matter?

FTTA is a broadband network architecture in which the high frequency and power electronics are taken from the based station and located at a remote radio-head (RRH), a based fiber optic system that converts digital signals into analog, close to the antenna and fiber optic is used to join the RRH to the base station in new and old antennas.

How competitive is the telecom/DSL industry?

FCC looks to gauge competition level between telecom carriers; big guys say it’s all good, little guys, not so much...