Greece details EUR 2 bln investment in FTTH

Monday 16 February 2009 | 12:20 CET | News
The Greek government has developed a FTTH network development project, in an investment estimated to reach EUR 2.1 billion. The government aims to enable speeds of up to 100 Mbps for nearly 650,000 users by 2010, said Panayiotis Tsanakas, chairman of GRNET (Greek Research and Education Network). He was speaking at the FTTH Europe conference in Copenhagen, where he gave more details on the project first unveiled last autumn, reported Light Reading. The FTTH network coverage is expected to expand to over two million households over the next seven years. The project consists of fibre network

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