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France: Share fibre costs November 13, 2006

Posted by Jasper in broadband.
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Arcep has called for operators to co-operate and share the burden of investing in fibre access networks. Some exerpts from the Reuters article below:

In a speech delivered to a conference, Paul Champsaur, head of Arcep, estimated the cost of a national roll-out of such a network at “several tens of billions of euros” over a decade.

“The economic equation is challenging. On the one hand investments required to develop super high-speed networks are quite significant, and on the other hand questions are raised about the additional revenues that can make these networks profitable,” Champsaur said.

As a solution, Champsaur called for operators to cooperate and pool together their investments.

“The pooling of civil engineering infrastructure work and of the cabling of buildings is to play a fundamental role,” Champsaur said, adding that Arcep would encourage such pooling.

“It is absolutely necessary to establish a genuine cooperation between different players from the audiovisual and telecoms worlds so as to develop new economic models, new usages and innovative services,” Champsaur said.

See the Reuters article here.

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