The city of Makati in the Philippines has taken first steps towards becoming a smart city as planning gets underway for an optical fibre infrastructure project in the city.
The latest figures show more than 300 million homes and businesses across the Asia Pacific now have access to ‘fibre services’, which is 36.8% higher than in 2013.
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.
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