Sweden's Broadband Forum, which brings together public and private organisations in the sector, said there are plans for three working groups, two of which will be decided on at the next steering group meeting on 29 May. The steering group aims to start a working group on mobile access in June. In September, a group will be set up to cover either robustness, or access to broadband in residential areas.
The purpose of the mobile access group is to create better conditions for the market to expand a competitive mobile broadband network across the country. The aim of the robustness group would be to eliminate barriers and create better conditions to make fibre optic grids more resilient. The aim of the residential access group would be to address barriers to broadband deployment specifically associated with built-up residential areas.
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