Whitepaper: why dedicated software improves your FTTx strategy
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GIS-based automated software might be a crucial factor in winning or losing the fixed line broadband game. In this whitepaper you will find the outlines the overall market drivers, key technologies and go-to-market considerations surrounding fiber optic networks.
Developing a concise FTTx strategy is a major challenge for telecom service providers. It’s clear that the future of fixed line broadband connectivity is 100% fiber. However, the biggest stumbling block is the considerable investment, while return on investment is uncertain.
This pushes telecom operators to develop intermediate solutions, reusing parts of existing copper and coaxial networks for the last mile connection to the customer premise.
Consider all aspects
When implementing this strategy, it is important to consider all aspects and to build a healthy business case. Making a cost-benefit analysis for example is crucial, it has to cover a wide range of concerns. But also building optimal high-level networks while taking in account all constraints must be part of this exercise.
This whitepaper outlines the overall market drivers, key technologies and go-to-market considerations surrounding FTTx. It discusses the benefits and potential pitfalls of using dedicated software to define and finetune an FTTx strategy.
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