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OECD broadband data swings in MDU favor, making US look a laggard

There are two types of businesspeople – those who relish receiving data from government organizations due to numbers being basically bang on the money with regard to market accuracy, and those who see zero value in such reports given how they look backwards, not forwards. Faultline’s job is to strike a balance between both viewpoints, and there’s no doubt that broadband data published by the OECD (the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) this week makes for interesting reading. Only through some analysis, opinion and projections can interesting reading become valuable in the technology world. The 37-country intergovernmental organization has updated its broadband statistics portal showing the percentage of fiber connections in total fixed broadband as of June 2019. It…

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