FTTH continues its global march

Renewable energy

With several major operators in North America, EMEA, and Asia Pacific regions deploying FTTH networks on a large scale, the worldwide FTTH market, which is better known as Fiber to the home, is in a growth phase.
To give you an idea of what FTTH exactly does, we can describe it as a form of fiber-optic communication delivery technology, which transfers the signal over optical fiber cables extending from the telecommunications operator™s switching equipment to the boundary of your business office or even your home and living space.
But what is the purpose of this communications path? This new and fast growing method has the aim of carrying telecommunications traffic, Internet Access, Telephony and Video-Television, by providing higher bandwidth requirements to both consumers and businesses.
On one hand, so far, its transition has been well underway in countries such as Denmark, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Sweden, Taiwan and according to the forecasts of ˜TechNavioTM Insights™ over the next five years, most other developed countries are expected to join the list.
On the other hand, when it comes to relatively less developed telecommunications markets, such as India, Russia and the Middle East the impact does not seem to be less significant. The Asia Pacific region has the largest number of connections, with more than 27 million subscribers, and is expected to grow more than 54 million by 2012 says one of the experts of TechNavioTM.
Be informed on future forecasts, market sizing, trends and segmentation as well as a comprehensive data on the competitive landscape of the FTTH market thanks to the following TechNavioTM Insights report: https://www.technavio.com/content/worldwide-ftth-market