Fibre rollout, fibre sharing and opportunities in fibre for independent infracos

FTTH Council Africa’s CEO, Juanita Clark advocates a rapid deployment policy

Read this article to learn:

  • The role the FTTH Council Africa plays
  • The growth in fibre rollout in coastal and landlocked African countries
  • Why the strategy for fibre rollout in Africa differs to more developed markets
  • Synergies between mobile and fibre
  • The role for towercos and infracos in fibre

Major investment is underway in fibre infrastructure in parts of Africa. Whilst MNOs have in the past seen the FTTH market as competition to the mobile sector, the synergies between the two are now coming to light. With regards to the role of independent infrastructure providers, there is a natural diversification  into fibre, leveraging expertise…

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