Research Report

FTTH in the Netherlands 2011

Report, published: July 2011
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Telecompaper has published its fifth annual report on the Dutch FTTH market. including our expectations for the 2011-2015 period. For our fifth annual FTTH report, we conducted interviews with around 17 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. Buyers of the report receive free access to our Broadband Netherlands 2011 conference (BREEDBAND 2010), a follow-up to our successful FTTH NL 2009 and 2010 conference. It will be held 12 October 2011.For more information see our eventpage


Research Type Analysis
Published 01 Jul 2011
Pages 33
File Type PDF
Size 639kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions General, Internet
Topics Market research / news, Fibre, Internet Access

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