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Operators and contractors need to understand how the copper network decommissioning process can benefit them.
Copper decommissioningCopper network decommissioning is becoming an increasingly significant topic as operators seek to replace legacy infrastructure with fibre and wireless alternatives. A number of operators are already proceeding with the process, which enables us to compare their different approaches.
This Viewpoint provides:
numerical analysis of the potential revenue benefits for operators from extracting and selling copper infrastructure and selling property that is no longer required after copper decommissioning
an examination of the costs involved
case studies of the copper decommissioning strategies of Bezeq, MGTS, NBN Co, Telstra and Verizon.
The following companies are featured in case studies in this Viewpoint.
MGTS (Moscow, Russia)
NBN Co (Australia)
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