Sunday, 25 June 2017

Global G.fast connections to reach 29m by 2021

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 17 October 16

Ovum predicts 11% of broadband services in Western Europe could be delivered via the copper-upgrade technology within five years.

Global G.fast connections will reach 29 million by 2021, representing 3% of the world's fixed broadband market, predicted Ovum on Monday. In a report commissioned by U.K. incumbent BT and Australia's state-owned broadband wholesaler NBN – two telcos both keen on G.fast – the analyst firm forecast that approximately 11% of broadband services in Western Europe may be delivered by G…

Global G.fast connections will reach 29 million by 2021, representing 3% of the world's fixed broadband market, predicted Ovum on Monday. In a report commissioned by U.K. incumbent BT and Australia's state-owned broadband wholesaler NBN – two telcos both keen on G.fast – the analyst firm forecast that approximately 11% of broadband services in Western Europe may be delivered by G…

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