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Achieving the goals that the European Commission has set out for ultra-fast broadband in its Digital Agenda will require sizeable investments, which will vary depending on each country’s technological choices. At the same time, ultra-fast broadband will generate additional revenue that will depend on operators’ product line and sales strategies. This insight examines the revenue generated by UFB solutions compared to network rollout costs.
Europe, EU-27, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
access market, access revenue, Base Case, broadband subscribers, cable network coverage, cable operators, copper-based technologies, DAE, deployment costs, Digital Agenda for Europe, Docsis 3.0., fixed broadband, FTTC, FTTH, FTTH coverage, FTTH/B, FTTLA, GPON, Next Generation Network, NGN, NGN access markets, NGN coverage, NGN deployment costs, UFB, UFB access market, UFB ARPU, UFB subscribers, ultra-fast broadband, ultra-fast broadband access market, ultra-fast broadband coverage, VDSL, vectoring
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