China adds 45% of world’s broadband lines

China was the main source of new fixed broadband subscriptions for the first quarter of 2010, accounting for 45 percent of the 14 million lines added worldwide during the period, according to new figures from the Broadband Forum.In a press conference held here Wednesday at CommunicAsia 2010, the industry group’s COO, Robin Mersh, said broadband growth has continued to grow globally, not just in emerging markets but also in countries with high penetration such as the United States, Germany, Japan and South Korea.To read this ZDNet report in full, see:

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