Friday, 16 November 2018

BFN: The UK must combat fake fibre and prioritise FTTH for new build properties

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Thursday 16 August 18

The British Fibre Network is aiming to provide 35% of new build properties in the UK with the necessary infrastructure to deliver FTTH by 2020

The British government must get tough on fake fibre claims and sharpen its focus on providing full fibre infrastructure to new build homes, if it wants to escape its reputation of being a fibre laggard, according to the chief executive of British Fibre Networks. British Fibre Network is targeting 35 per cent of new build properties to be capable of receiving full fibre to the home (FTTH) services by 2020…

The British government must get tough on fake fibre claims and sharpen its focus on providing full fibre infrastructure to new build homes, if it wants to escape its reputation of being a fibre laggard, according to the chief executive of British Fibre Networks. British Fibre Network is targeting 35 per cent of new build properties to be capable of receiving full fibre to the home (FTTH) services by 2020…

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