Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Using ultrafast networks to drive growth

Roland da Silva & Nick Adlam
Monday 02 July 18

Situation – The UK lags W.Europe on coverage of ultrafast pure fibre optic (“full fibre“) networks New business models, government support and supportive regulatory frameworks have enabled W.European countries to leapfrog UK in ultra-fast connectivity to stimulate economic growth. Complication – While existing infrastructure capabilities and some fibre are in place, lack of alignment around long term connectivity goals and market inefficiencies imped speedy deployment &gt…

Situation – The UK lags W.Europe on coverage of ultrafast pure fibre optic (“full fibre“) networks New business models, government support and supportive regulatory frameworks have enabled W.European countries to leapfrog UK in ultra-fast connectivity to stimulate economic growth. Complication – While existing infrastructure capabilities and some fibre are in place, lack of alignment around long term connectivity goals and market inefficiencies imped speedy deployment &gt…

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