Nokia launches knowledge center for new broadband network builders
- The Fiber Techzone Digital Library provides information and best practices on deploying and operating fiber-to-the-home broadband networks
- The resource aims to educate broadband builders and wider community stakeholders
According to Omdia, fiber broadband today reaches 850 million homes, or 65% of the world’s population, and will reach 70% by 2025. A diverse ecosystem of operators includes major communications service providers, utility companies, investment companies building open networks that are wholesaled to virtual operators, start-ups and even cable operators.
In many countries, new community-based operators are leading the campaign to connect the hardest-to-reach households. While fiber deployments will last for generations, the initial investment to dig the routes is high. Governments around the world provide significant investment to support new construction, but completing grant applications requires a deep understanding of the field.
Fiber Techzone will provide broadband manufacturers with much-needed information, ranging from high-level explanations of how fiber-to-the-home networks work, to how they can improve the home Wi-Fi experience for their customers, by going through recommendations on how to monetize their fiber. investment.
According to Dell’Oro,
* Omdia Fixed Broadband Subscriptions and Revenue Forecast Report: 2021-2026
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