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China’s MIIT Sets FTTH, 4G Targets For 2015

Source: May 11, 2015,   China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has set a target of 200 million new 4G subscribers and 40 million new fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) users by end-2015, Sina Tech reports.   Planned expansion of fixed broadband infrastructure is expected to see fibre coverage extended to 80 million new families, whilst mobile operators are expected to roll out 600,000 new 4G-enabled base stations by the end of the year. &

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Huawei, HKT to launch 10-Gbps FTTH service

Source: May 11, 2015,   Chinese technology company, Huawei, has signed a partnership deal with Hong Kong Telecommunications (HKT) to introduce a new 10-Gbps FTTH service. The agreement will allow HKT to provide 10-Gbps to broadband customers in Hong Kong. It will use Huawei's XG-PON (also known as 10G-GPON) solution.   HKT is introducing the 10-G FTTH service for selected customers in a pilot phase of the service over Q2 2015. In the pilot lau

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FTTH project a ‘game changer’ for Malta – GO

Source: May 3, 2015,   Go is planning to spend €50 million over five years to roll out fibre to homes – but it is not only the telecoms company that will benefit, CEO Yiannos Michaelides said.   “This is a game changer. This is big news not only for Go but for Malta. This will revolutionise the way people use the internet at the same time positioning Malta as a smart country. It will enable all kinds of innovations and applications not only for homes

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Research survey set to track FTTH/B penetration in Africa

Source: March 27, 2015,   52 African countries are now connected to submarine cables, either directly or by terrestrial cross-border fibre optic networks. 44% of Africans live within a 25-km reach of a fibre node.   The key question now is which cities and suburbs are taking the lead in building access networks? In an attempt to answer this question the FTTH Council Africa, in collaboration with Africa Bandwidth Maps are undertaking research to determine

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Telefonica to triple top fibre speed to 300 Mbps - report

Source: March 23, 2015,   Telefonica is set to announce significant increases in the top speeds of its fibre-optic broadband lines in the coming weeks, according to a report in Spanish business daily Expansion. All FTTH consumers will see the speed of their connections automatically increased free of charge, with those subscribing to 10 Mbps broadband passing to 30 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload, while consumers subscribing to 100 Mbps plans will also have their do

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