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The FTTH killer app: making innovation possible with connectivity and revenue sharing

Monday 11 October 2010 | 16:04 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
It's often asked what's the killer app needed to justify FTTH. Defenders of HFC infrastructure say they are ready for the next ten yeas, while incumbent operators such as KPN and BT see themselves as 'smart followers', waiting to see what catches on in order to quickly copy the trend. After 18 years of internet and 12 years of Google, the need for bandwidth appears to have reached a plateau. Few need more than 100Mbps, and it appears we have reached the end of the internet (r)evolution. There's still a lot going on though, and broadband appears to be an important enabler for all kinds of

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