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Broadband proliferation: An uphill battle

Broadband proliferation: An uphill battle

Most governments around the world have responded energetically to the idea that digital inclusion helps nations become more competitive with their peers and perhaps even catch up with more developed regions. All recognize that access to IT hardware resources is meaningless without suitable broadband connectivity, and in trying to resolve this part of the puzzle they run into the problem of balancing social benefit with the commercial aspects needed to make broadband self-sustaining. In this report we consider the complexity of not only achieving broadband proliferation but also ensuring that such infrastructure delivers the national development expected.


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Most governments around the world have responded energetically to the idea that digital inclusion helps nations become more competitive with their peers and perhaps even catch up with more developed regions. All recognize that access to IT hardware resources is meaningless without suitable broadband connectivity, and in trying to resolve this part of the puzzle they run into the problem of balancing social benefit with the commercial aspects needed to make broadband self-sustaining. In this report we consider the complexity of not only achieving broadband proliferation but also ensuring that such infrastructure delivers the national development expected.

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