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FTTH-based broadband passed 35M homes in 2017, RVA study finds
During that period, new RVA research revealed an additional 4.4 million homes were marketed with FTTH services ... AT&T announced that its latest target market for expansion was Tulsa, Oklahoma, noting that customers in certain select areas of Tulsa ...
FTTH-based broadband may still be far from ubiquitous, but efforts by large telcos, cable operators and municipal providers resulted in 35 million new homes being passed by fiber in 2017.
During that period, new RVA research revealed an additional 4.4 million homes were marketed with FTTH services—which the research firm says is the “most ever in a single year” and 15% over 2016—resulting in 15.4 million American households now taking all fiber.
The research firm said that rapid growth of fiber networks in North America is a product of the increased participation of smaller FTTH providers as well as increased consumer demand, reflected in FTTH’s continued progress despite a general lack of specific government funding
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