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With Australia having ditched FTTH for FTTN in many cases despite a reported similar cost as an FTTH rollout, Asia Pacific’s impressive 10-year milestone of 100 million connections sadly won’t be reaching 120 million via Australia any time soon.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 10 January 2013 10:58

FTTH v FTTN: US market watchers disagree

A report on the development of FTTH networks in the US from research firm RVA suggests that the Labor Government is on the right track with its ambitious plan to serve 93 percent of premises by fibre. However Ovum has backed AT&T's decision to focus on FTTN.

Published in Strategy

The FTTH Council has published an updated ranking of global fibre to the home or fibre to the building deployments showing that 30 countries can now boast fibre to at least one percent of premises. Australia still does not make the grade.

Published in Networking
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