There has been a lot written about the respective merits and demerits of FTTH and FTTN as competing broadband deployment technologies, some of it quite informative but sadly much has been utter tripe. The fact is ubiquitous rollout of a FTTH network in a country like Australia can only achieve take-up by creating a monopoly and shutting down competition.
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.
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