26 October 2022 Regulation and policy

The synergies between content and networks upon which the internet is based should be nurtured

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25 October 2022 Research

Backhaul networks: comparing the economics of using satellite mega-constellations rather than fibre optics

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27 September 2022 Strategy

Hollow-core fibre for low latency and increased bandwidth: the next game-changer in optical cables

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24 August 2022 Research

Energy costs and ESG goals are pushing reducing network energy usage to the top of operators’ agendas

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17 August 2022 Research

Decommissioning legacy networks will be key to reducing operators’ energy usage

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04 August 2022 Regulation and policy

Market structures and wholesale markets influence the telecoms landscape in selected countries in the GCC

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28 April 2022 Research

Cablecos should invest in FTTP to remain relevant in the long term

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22 April 2022 Transaction support

Robust contractual agreements underpin the success of telecoms infrastructure carve-outs

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21 April 2022 Regulation and policy

3b or not 3b: ex-ante regulation of wholesale FTTH in Denmark

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24 March 2022 Research

Pre-connectorised fibre and digitalised ODNs are important components of successful FTTP roll-outs

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24 January 2022 Transaction support

Co-investment carve-outs in France extend infrastructure funding from physical assets to IRUs

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13 December 2021 Research

50G PON offers a solution for operators that are looking to move beyond XGS-PON

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15 November 2021 Research

A joined-up approach to operators’ technology choices could deliver green benefits

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27 July 2021 Transaction support

Analysys Mason is well-placed to advise telecoms operators on FTTP deployments

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27 July 2021 Strategy

Reducing barriers to FTTP deployment can save years of time and cut 30% off the cost of network roll-outs

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27 July 2021 Transaction support

Fibre operators must consider the impact of network overbuild as part of their long-term strategies

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