Ultrafast broadband (UFB) technologies, which deliver download speeds of more than 1 Gbps over a fixed Internet connection, are currently available on three types of network: FTTH networks, networks with coaxial cable in the last mile and copper pair networks (over phone lines). If FTTH networks are now able to deliver speeds of 1 Gbps and up, cable networks need to upgrade to the DOCSIS 3.1 standard to be able to do so, and copper pair networks need to rely on G.fast technology. Fibre to the home (FTTH) is the overriding trend today, and the most future-proof as the technology will enable increasingly fast connections over time.
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This report provides a state of the art of the different ultrafast Internet access technologies available today. It is based on the standards that govern these different technologies and on the information that operators have released regarding these technologies. Rollout status is based on information operators have published on their deployments of the different technologies being examined in this report. It does not factor in operators' unofficial projects. The future outlook provided for UFB technologies reflects IDATE's point of view on these different technologies, and takes into account the telecom market's technical, economic, regulatory and competition issues with respect to Internet access.
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