FTTx to gain momentum in UK from 2015 - research

Tuesday 1 December 2015 | 22:33 CET | News
FTTx will start to gain momentum in the UK in 2015 and will overtake cable modem in terms of subscriber numbers by mid-2020, according to Quantum-Web research. The overall UK broadband subscriber base is forecast to continue growing modestly, with the xDSL base starting to fall in 2017 but remain dominant for the next five years. Quantum-Web believes that the UK has the potential to be the leading market for high-speed broadband service innovation, with a current market uptake of 19 percent.

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Countries: United Kingdom
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