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IDA reviews code of practice for communications facilities

Wednesday 21 November 2007 | 07:40 CET | News
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore has reviewed the code of practice for info communications facilities in buildings (COPIF) for the next generation national broadband network. The purpose of the COPIF is to ensure that developers or owners of buildings provide adequate space and facilities within their buildings for the installation of equipment and plant used by facilities-based operators to provide info-communication services to building occupants. The NGNBN will be a new network capable of ultra high speed of symmetric 1 Gbps or more, with initial provisioning of 100 Mbps.

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