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Fiber Best Practices for Governments Examined in New Research Service from Pyramid
Nov 30, 2011 (04:11 PM EST)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- By 2016, FTTH broadband is expected to generate nearly $116 billion in service revenue worldwide. The drivers for FTTx network deployment vary from the creation of new revenue streams and regulatory incentives to further monetize existing assets and opex efficiencies, according to Ozgur Aytar, Practice Leader for Broadband and Media and Consultant behind Pyramid's new Fiber in the Last Mile Insight Pack.
The Fiber in the Last Mile Insight Pack offers analysis on FTTH/B network models, performance and economics, emerging services and products, service adoption trends and new business models for network operators. The Insight Pack's Report is delivered in PowerPoint format and accompanied by an Excel file that contains historical and projected data for the 2007-2016 period, including: broadband service adoption by technology, FTTH broadband service adoption by region, FTTH broadband lines as percentage of total broadband lines by region, FTTH broadband household ARPL by region, FTTH broadband service revenue by region and FTTH broadband service revenue as percentage of total broadband service revenue by region. It also includes a live webinar session with a Pyramid Research Consultant, giving operators quick and direct insight into key trends.
"FTTH lines are expected to almost triple between 2011 and 2016, driven by uptake in China, Russia, the U.S. and the deployments from Western European incumbent operators," says Aytar. Pyramid Research has observed a growing involvement of governments pushing a National Broadband Network agenda involving FTTx. "Thanks to the involvement of authorities, the introduction of FTTH-enabled social services are spreading, extending the proposition of fiber beyond traditional telecom services," says Aytar.
Download an excerptof the report and excel template here.
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