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The Case study: Korea Telecom’s G.now deployment

  • December 2014
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  • Analysys Mason
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  • 10 pages

G.now is a technology that Korea Telecom is deploying over in-building networks in FTTB architecture. A number of factors have driven Korea Telecom’s decision, and G.now offers operators a number of benefits. This case study provides an overview of the technology features of G.now and an assessment of the factors explaining Korea Telecom’s deployment.

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The Case study: Korea Telecom’s G.now deployment
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Executive summary
G.now has a number of similarities to G.fast, and targets the same deployment scenarios
Special factors have determined Korea Telecom's choice to deploy G.now
Other G.now deployments are likely to be limited: market share losses in fixed broadband access influenced Korea Telecom's choice
A desire to stay competitive has driven Korea Telecom's G.now roll-out
Low-cost equipment has aided Korea Telecom's decision to deploy G.now
About the author
About Analysys Mason

List of figures

Figure 1: G.now in an FTTB
Figure 2: Korea Telecom's yearly profit, 2010-2013
Figure 3: Korea Telecom's annual fixed broadband net additions and fixed broadband market share, 2009-2013
Figure 4: Korea Telecom's maximum download speed by access technology, December 2014

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