Fibre in the Last Mile in Europe

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This market engineering study provides a view of the different fibre to the X technologies and topologies being used. It also addresses the developments regarding fibre in the local loop in different European countries and provides a forecast for fibre in the home deployments and subscriptions for Europe.

Table of Contents

Fibre in the Last Mile in Europe, Executive SummaryOverviewKey FindingsFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, Research MethodologyMethodology Methodology OverviewFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, GlossaryAcronyms and DefinitionsAbbreviationsIndustry DefinitionsFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, An introduction to FTTx Architectures and TechnologiesFTTx TechnologiesDefining FTTxFTTx Network ArchitecturesFTTx Network TopologiesFTTx SolutionsTwo Main TechnologiesFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, Driving Fibre in the Access NetworkNeed for FibreDelivering Converged ServicesFibre versus DSLExpected Bandwidth RequirementsDeployment Analysis and Regulatory ScenarioDeploying FTTxRegulatory ConsiderationsCost of Deploying Fibre in the Local LoopCapital and Operational ExpensesFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, Market Engineering MeasurementsMarket Forces Impacting the Fibre in the Last Mile MarketIndustry ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsFTTx Current Scenario in Europe and Market ForecastsFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, Geographical Analysis FTTx General Trends in Europe and Country CharacterisationGeneral TrendsDenmarkFranceGermanyItalySwedenThe NetherlandsFibre in the Last Mile in Europe, ConclusionsFibre in the Last Mile-The Right Solution for the Future Converged CommunicationFinal Words




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