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Good practices in constructing telecommunications networks with the use of network infrastructure from other sectors.

We present links referring to selected texts that discuss the issues and experiences related to the construction of telecommunications networks with the use of network infrastructure from other sectors.

  1. TOOLKIT ON CROSS-SECTOR INFRASTRUCTURE SHARING

Collection of information on telecommunications investments that make use of infrastructure from other sectors with a description of their execution in many countries across the world.
(Source: www.broadbandtoolkit.org)

  1. BEST PRACTICE FOR PASSIVE INFRASTRUCTURE ACCESS

Report of the WIK (Wissenschaftliches Institut für Infrastruktur und Kommunikationsdienste GmbH) Institute with its registered office in Bad Honnef GFR prepared for Vodafone Group plc. The report discusses measures taken to facilitate access to physical infrastructure in five European countries.
(Source: www.vodafone.com)

  1. MARKET RESEARCH: POWER COMPANIES DEPLOYING FIBRE

The study drafted by Analysys Mason Limited (UK), it analyses the opportunities for cooperation between telecommunications and energy undertakings in the construction of FTTH networks and discusses business models for sharing infrastructure.
(Source: www.analysysmason.com)

  1. TELCO AND UTILITY: FRIEND OR FOE?

Article published by Arthur D. Little Ltd. Boston USA, discussing opportunities for telecommunications operators to enter new business segments that open in the new era of intelligent technologies.
(Source: www.adlittle.com.com)

  1. SOLUTIONS FOR MANAGING A UTILITIES TELECOMS NETWORK

The white paper of General Electric Company discusses challenges faced by the energy industry, both when it comes to operating the existing network, as well as transitioning to an intelligent network infrastructure. It also emphasises the important role of advanced resource management in operating the telecommunications network, ensuring its greater reliability, shorter response time to malfunctions, reduction of maintenance costs and increased efficiency.
(Source: www.ge.com)

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Subject: Urząd Komunikacji Elektronicznej
Author: Justyna Nakrajnik
Publisher: Justyna Nakrajnik
Publication date: 24.01.20 15:03
Update date: 24.01.20 15:14