Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Neutral networks enable the growth of small providers

Current economic constraints and high interest rates lead ISPs to rely on neutral networks to support their growth through greater coverage and better technology. But there is a doubt to overcome: the distrust in the fulfillment of the contracts of equal treatment to all the operators.

The transformation of the Brazilian telecommunications market in recent years, with a growing participation of the thousands of ISPs in the broadband market, also gave rise to the entry of neutral network companies as one of the solutions for growth or survival of these small providers.

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