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ICT Market analysis and determination of dominance guidelines
1 Market analysis process “Market analysis” means a review of the various existing markets for electronic communications services in a specific country, defined for the purposes of regulation. In an effectively competitive market, it is the dynamic interplay of several service providers that determines market outcomes, not individual competitors. In…
The infrastructure sharing imperative
1 Infrastructure as a societal asset People rely on network infrastructure almost every day, from the moment they wake up until the moment they go to sleep (and often through the night as well). Water, electricity, gas, roads, rail and telecommunications underpin modern societies throughout the world. But for most…
Towards gigabit networks – a few considerations from the United Kingdom[1]
1: Introduction Many countries[2] agree that widely available gigabit-capable networks whether fixed or mobile will be needed and expected to increase competitiveness and productivity[3]. New telecommunication/ICT networks take a long time to build and expand and if economies are to benefit from gigabit-capable networks, significant investment will be needed. The…