Open access is good for the market (and for operators)

Wednesday 21 October 2009 | 14:42 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
The Berkman Center for Internet and Society, part of Harvard university, has released a comparative study of internet services in 30 OECD countries for the US FCC. The countries are compared according to broadband penetration, speed and price. Japan, South Korea, Scandinavia and the Netherlands finish high in the rankings, while a number of East European countries and Mexico are at the bottom. The US, with which the FCC is naturally most concerned, came somewhere in the middle. The report offers an accessible chart presentation of the results, for comparing speeds and prices. The American

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: FCC / KPN / Verizon
Countries: World
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