French telecom regulator ARCEP has formally launched a public consultation on the deployment of very high-speed broadband services via fibre-to-the-home networks.
The consultation will focus on ARCEPs plan to deliver FTTH services to the less densely-populated areas of France, covering about 80% of the countryÂs population. The regulator has called for the rollout to be based on the principle of ÂmutualisationÂ of networks at the level of 1,000 lines, with a minimum threshold of 300 lines, in order to reduce the cost of deployment while maintaining the principle of competition and freedom of choice. In very densely populated areas, the regulatory framework will allow operators to deploy their own dedicated networks end-to-end.
ICYMI: Virgin Media to offer Plume’s HomePass across UK digitaltveurope.com/2021/09/20/vir… https://t.co/k4ROpfIVrU
20 September 2021 @ 21:12:00 UTC
ICYMI: Mediaset on the up as it completes Dutch move digitaltveurope.com/2021/09/20/med…
20 September 2021 @ 20:00:00 UTC
ICYMI: UK broadcasters ‘close to deal’ on single unified streaming app digitaltveurope.com/2021/09/20/uk-… https://t.co/Rd3zD14jCm
20 September 2021 @ 19:00:02 UTC
ICYMI: DTVE unveils details of latest digital symposium digitaltveurope.com/2021/09/20/dtv… https://t.co/pkKAP59C52
20 September 2021 @ 18:00:01 UTC
Rlaxx TV and Smartclip team up for advertising digitaltveurope.com/2021/09/20/rla… https://t.co/Lc3OjBSsbV
20 September 2021 @ 17:28:00 UTC