Fiber--to--home communities stay on growth path

June 2006
CED;Jun2006, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on increase in the number of Optical Fiber Communities in the U.S. The number has reached to 936 this year as compared to 656 last year. A new report from the Fiber-to-the-Home Council and the Telecommunications Industry Association noted that since the fall of 2005, 280 fiber-fed communities have been added to 656 communities. Around 4 million homes are connected to fiber networks directly.


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