Next Generation Connectivity: A Review of Broadband Internet Transitions and Policy from Around the World
AbstractFostering the development of a ubiquitously networked society, connected over high-capacity networks, is a widely shared goal among both developed and developing countries. High capacity networks are seen as strategic infrastructure, intended to contribute to high and sustainable economic growth and to core aspects of human development.
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