Take your partner

Taaffe, Joanne; Kemp, Ian
September 2009
Total Telecom Magazine;Sep2009, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the trend involving public-private partnerships (PPPs) in next-generation broadband networks as the European Commission establishes a framework for the network. It mentions that several European countries including Italy and Greece are seeing PPP proposals intended for the funding of fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) networks. It adds that mobile operators are working with a few heavyweight players in the market in sharing the costs of establishing a single FTTH infrastructure.


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