European home fibre plans survive downturn
Posted in: Internet Use/New Technologies at 08/09/2009 19:42
More than two million people in Europe now have fibre broadband direct to their home, suggests a survey.
The latest figures on superfast broadband delivered by fibre to the home (FTTH) shows 18% growth over the last survey compiled in late 2008.
The continued growth suggests that the global economic downturn has not hit plans to build a fibre infrastructure.
Sweden tops the list of nations rolling out the technology, with 10.9% of its broadband customers using fibre.
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