Albany, New York, March 3, 2017: Telecommunication network have now become the nervous system of the modern world. Today, in this

technology driven world, telecommunication network and High-speed Internet infrastructure are considered as raw materials for both

economic and social purposes. Also, there are different technologies and networks are available that are booming today. A new research

report titled Ultra Fast Access Technologies – Broadband Rollouts & Future Plans gives a detailed study on operators’ current ultrafast broadband infrastructure and

future strategies, for each technology. Additionally, the report presents a comparison of different technologies’ technical

capabilities and provides the pros and cons of each technology. It also provides insights into the main technical, economic and

strategic issues relating to ultrafast access technologies.

Through this study, the readers will get major information’s about the different ultrafast access technologies that are thriving today

in the global market. It gives the industrial standards that govern these different technologies and also gives the information that

several operators have released about ultrafast access technologies. Moreover, the report examines the rollout status published on

deployments of the different technologies from various operators. It features in the telecom market’s regulatory and competition

issues in the internet access market.

Furthermore, the report follows the classic industry and market analysis tools like competition analysis, strategic strengths,

segmentation, assessment, modeling and forecasts. It includes the expertise of specialists who give their own analytical estimate on

related matters. The findings further state that the future prospect provided for ultrafast Access technologies will surely grow

substantially and make its global presence very soon.

Ultrafast broadband (UFB) technologies delivers a download speed of more than 1 Gbps over the Internet connection, are presently

available on three types of network, such as

  • FTTH optical fiber networks,
  • Upgraded cable networks with coax in the last mile,
  • Copper twisted pair networks (phone lines)
  • FTTH (fiber to the home) networks are the most dominant and future-proof technology today. If FTTH networks are to deliver speeds of 1

    Gbps and above, then, cable connections is to be upgraded to the DOCSIS 3.1 standard. For Copper twisted pair networks to be upgraded,

    G.fast technology can be used. Some experts also estimated that broadband wireless networks will eventually provide a solution for

    Ultrafast Access Technologies.

    Furthermore, the report also highlights key companies operating in this vertical. It includes: Altice, AT&T, Bright House, Mediacom,

    Deutsche Telekom, NetCologne, Nokia, Numericable, ONO/Vodafone, Orange, Proximus, Rogers, SFR, Time Warner Cable/Charter , Networks,

    BT, Cablevision, Voo, CenturyLink, Charter Communications, Com Hem, Telecable, Comcast,Cox, DirecTV, DNA, Euskaltel, Facebook, Google,

    Huawei, Kabel Deutschland Group, KBRO, LG U+, Liberty, SFR, SK Broadband, Suddenlink, Swisscom, Telekom Austria, Telenet, Unitymedia,

    Virgin Media, Windstream, Ziggo.

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