Challenges for a PIP - Stokab
Challenges for an open physical infrastructure provider. Workshop 19 February I London, Open Networks FTTH Conference 2013. Anders Broberg, Head of Communications, Stokab
FTTH and open network model: Are open network a driver for fibre network developemnts? During the Marco Forzati, Acreo Swedish ICT, and Bart Lannoo, iMinds, Belgium, theirs management gave several speakers their perspectives on the issue.
More about Stokab:
Study by Benoît Felten, Chief Research Officer, Diffraction Analysis, " Stockholm’s Stokab: A Blueprint for Ubiquitous Fiber Connectivity?"
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An conversation with Benoît Felten:
A seminar with Benoît Felten:
A seminar about price regulation:
Seminar with Jonas Malmlund, Deloitte, Effects of price regulation for municipal networks in Sweden on market 4.
Stokab, owned by the City of Stockholm, provides a passive fibre-optic communications network within the Stockholm region. The network is open to all on equal terms and Stokab rents connections to anyone who wishes. Stokab was formed in 1994 to develop a competition neutral infrastructure able to meet future communications needs, stimulate competition, promote diversity, offer freedom of choice and minimize the need for excavation.