Examples of next generation access (NGA) networks in a sentence
Outlook for next-generation wireline access networks In developed countries, a number of factors have led incumbent PSTN operators to deploy next- generation access (NGA) networks based on fiber-to-the-x2 (FTTx) architecture, namely: the increasing competition from cable access providers based on advances in DOCSIS; the requirement to fight against the average revenue per user (ARPU) erosion of voice-only services; and the demand for ever-increasing bandwidth.
Public intervention in some Member States is now gradually shifting towards support for very high speed broadband networks, the so-called "next generation access" (NGA) networks.
Broadband infrastructure For this exemption from notification, the eligible broadband costs are the following investment costs:− deployment of a passive broadband infrastructure;67 − broadband-related civil engineering works; − deployment of basic broadband networks; and − deployment of next generation access (NGA) networks.
The European Commission has considered copper to fibre migration in its recommendations on costing methodologies for copper and next generation access (NGA) networks.
Investment costs for the deployment of basic broadband or next generation access (NGA) networks can include costs relating to passive and active elements of a broadband network.