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Friday, October 21, 2022

Municipalities join neutral network scheme

Districts promote the deployment of a single fiber network in main cities and surrounding towns. In addition to FTTH, use in smart city applications and connectivity for public schools is foreseen. These deployments compete with services with lower benefits such as ADSL. The business model allows the network builder to make the delivery and the ISP to lease the infrastructure.


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