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David Isenberg’s FCC Fiber Panel

David Isenberg has convened those concerned with infrastructure at meetings called Freedom To Connect for many years. This year, he’s Senior Advisor to the FCC’s National Broadband Taskforce and instead of Freedom to Connect, he convened a group of eminent speakers for a panel called Workshop: Future Fiber Architectures and Local Deployment Choices.

While much FCC policy has been inward looking, refusing to treat the world as a laboratory in which alternate polcies are tested, some failing and some succeeding. Both failures and successes provide useful lessons.

Two representatives of successes were present, Herman Wagter of citynet.nl in Amsterdam and Johan Henæs Norwegian equipment maker INS Communications.

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Isenberg Joins FCC

Congratulations David Isenberg — and congratulations FCC for making an excellent choice!

Here’s his blog post on the matter:

http://isen.com/blog/2009/11/i-joined-fcc-national-broadband-plan.html

More here from the FCC’s broadband blog.