After several years of planning, delays, promises and going back & forth, we see a real project come into shape, for the implementation of high speed networks.
On the way to the «Gigabit Society», Internet of Things and 5G, there is an actual need for New Generation Networks, of high capacity, speed and reliability.
The main components for this are VDSL, fiber optics, wireless networks and satellite coverage, based around NGA Plan, Superfast Broadband and Rural Extension. All of the above, combined with accepting a regulatory framework by HTPC and the express government support for digital projects, a positive climate grows in this market.
Providers have already submitted their investment plans, and it all points that the 1st quarter of 2018 will signal our escape from the digital underdevelopment in this country, with the start of bidding contests for large-scale projects that concern new generation telecom networks.
Telecom providers seem ready to accelerate their investments on new generation networks (NGA). However, they ask for state support in order to substantially facilitate licensing procedures, and secure their investments.
In this section we’ll discuss market needs, plans to implement projects, funding tools, strategic partnerships, and of course PPP (Public & Private Partnerships) practices, that now seem to be well on their way.