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Further consolidation in the broadband access infrastructure sector sees Germany's Keymile add a European component to the Dasan Zhone empire.
Spanish giant is ready to start converting some of its central offices into edge data center facilities that house disaggregated broadband access tech.
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Italian utility firm Acea and Open Fiber strike five-year, €375 million investment deal to roll out FTTH access network in the capital.
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