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Russia emerges as Europe’s FTTH leader

The adoption of fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) connections in Europe continues to grow apace, with Russia emerging as the region’s clear leader after a dramatic 42 per cent increase in FTTH connections in the second half of 2012, according to new figures from the FTTH Council Europe.

Time for change

Euro FTTH switchover “could take 92 years”

The switchover from copper-based to completely fibre-based broadband networks in the EU could take 92 years unless the region’s national governments embark on a comprehensive switchover plan, according to UK-based consultancy Ventura Team.

optic fibre

Spain and Luxembourg nudge into Europe’s FTTH leadership table

Uptake of fibre broadband services continues to grow in Europe, with the region’s 35 largest economies seeing a 16% increase in fibre-to-the-home/fibre-to-the-building (FTTH/B) subscribers during the first half of this year to reach 5.95mn, according to the latest figures from industry body the FTTH Council Europe.

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