Open access broadband networks are gaining traction in the U.S. with players such as Ting Fiber, SiFi Networks, Utopia Fiber and GigaPower launching open access networks in several U.S. communities. Some open access networks are built by municipalities but are shared with ISPs. Others are built by private entities with an anchor tenant in place and then opened to other ISPs. This panel will look at the different open access network models and discuss what it takes to make them thrive in the U.S.
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