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Recent results and a series of impressive-sounding government initiatives in the largest markets in emerging Asia–Pacific (EMAP) are challenging conventional wisdom about the technology choices that will enable universal Internet access. The assumption has been that while developed nations would slowly evolve to a
fibre-based fixed solution, emerging markets would not be able to generate the service revenue that would justify a major fixed network roll-out and would be left with a cellular solution.

EMAP is expected to add more new fibre broadband connections than the rest of the world combined during the next 5 years, thanks to consumer demand for fixed service and the high-speed unlimited throughput it can deliver (more than 100GB per month on average in markets as different as Hong Kong, Romania and the USA, and it is not unreasonable to expect this level of latent demand in South-East Asia).

In this article, Tom Mowat examines the FTTx connection data from our latest forecast report for EMAP, and considers its implications for operators and other market players in the region ...

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