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The German regulator, the Bundesnetzagentur, has recently made some important decisions with regard to VDSL in Germany. In light of the incumbent’s desire to roll out VDSL vectoring, the regulator has made a decision about the conditions under which sub-loop unbundling will be permitted.
Furthermore, an earlier decision from 2012 regarding risk sharing for bitstream-based VDSL is attracting increasing interest – several operators have signed agreements with the incumbent. These regulatory decisions are important given the scale of the incumbent’s VDSL roll-out and access seekers’ growing need to offer higher-speed offers because of competition from the incumbent and cable operators.
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