Research Report

FTTH in the Netherlands 2010

Report, published: April 2010
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Telecompaper has published its fourth annual report on the Dutch FTTH market. including our expectations for the 2010-2014 period. For our fourth annual FTTH report, we conducted interviews with around 15 market participants. The report describes the current state of the market at the city-level and discusses numerous topics that dominate current discussions regarding the roll-out of FTTH in general and competition from HFC in particular. Included are 10 company profiles of focused FTTH market players. For the first time we also included the results from a surveys conducted by our proprietary Consumer Panel which show that the rise of FTTH comes primarily at the expense of cable operators, in areas where FTTH has been rolled out on a large scale. Buyers of the report receive free access to our Broadband Netherlands 2010 conference (Breedband NL 2010), a follow-up to our successful FTTH NL 2009 conference. It will be held 22 September 2010.


Research Type Analysis
Published 23 Apr 2010
Pages 49
File Type PDF
Size 676kb
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