German utilities providers are positioned for FTTH entry

Monday 15 November 2010 | 09:55 CET | News
German utilities providers have chances on the fibre network market using their existing infrastructures, according to a study by German consultancy Goetxpartners. As the demand for high speed data connections is expected to grow to 1 Gbps within 20 years due to new services like video conferencing, online gaming and cloud computing, the need for high speed broadband networks is growing as well. The telecom operators need to upgrade and expand their networks as well as the German federal government want 75 percent of German households to have access to 50 Mbps by 2014. These developments

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