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Reggefiber creates FTTH knowledge platform

Thursday 31 March 2011 | 09:54 CET | News
Dutch operator Reggefiber has created a knowledge platform for municipalities and other governmental bodies. GIPPa, the joint innovation passive infrastructure, will contribute to speeding up FTTH deployment from the current level at 200,000 households per year, to 500,000 per year, according to Reggefiber. A dozen major contractors, knowledge partners and suppliers will contribute to the innovation platform, hosted by Novay. Workgroups will put together advice on how, for example, to bring fibre to high rise building, or how to improve delivery predictability. A number of pilot and study

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Categories: Internet
Companies: FTTH / Novay / Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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