The new benchmark for basic broadband is 100 Mb/s, and this must be available everywhere, not just in cities. A mix of FTTx technologies – copper, cable, fiber or wireless – is the only way to provide ubiquitous ultra-broadband coverage.
How far should fiber go in your broadband plans?
It's not easy determining what flavor of FTTx you need in your network.
Fiber all the way to the home?
Nokia's answer is FTT$ - fiber-to-the-most-economical-point.
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