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  1. Best practice- Municipality Semic (Slovenia)

    Project construction, management and maintenance of an open broadband electronic communications network in a local community- GOŠO Semič is aiming to provide broadband internet in the region based on a Public-Private-Partnership approach. Maps. General in ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  2. Best practice- Municipality Velky Krtis (Slovakia)

    Broadband Internet in 12 municipalities in Galgaguta (HU)- Nenince (SK) is a project aiming to supply villages of the border of Slovakia and Hungary with fast broadband via fibre optical and WiFi broadband technologies. General information Place County of ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  3. Best Practice – Municipality Zealand (Denmark)

    Region Zealand has just awarded SEAS-NVE task of establishing and running fast data connections between the region’s hospitals and related institutions. Citizens as well as enterprises will benefit from the development of broadband in the region. Maps. Ge ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  4. Best practice- Municipality Vejen (Denmark)

    Vejen Municipality has had a target of fibre to all in the municipality before the end of 2012. The municipal institutions are connected through a fibre ring that has brought significant gains, and has also had a positive impact on residential and busines ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  5. Best practice- Municipality Viva Varde (Denmark)

    The project is set to rollout high speed broadband access of 1 Gbps connections to all local citizens and businesses by the end of 2014. Maps. General information Place Varde city Source: Google maps Source: Wikipedia Duration of the project 3 years, unti ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  6. Best practice- Municipality Solrod (Denmark)

    The Solrød municipality has internally connected their local institution with fibre connections. Furthermore based on the offer from the local power company SEAS-NVE to combine the rollout of fibre, the street lightning has been changed. Maps. General inf ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  7. Best practice- Waoo! (Denmark)

    Waoo! started in 2010 as a product and marketing house on the fibre-access networks of 15 of Denmark’s largest energy comnpanies. With reaching superfast fibre-based internet in more than a third Danish homes it is a well-recognized brand around the count ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  8. Best Practice – Suupohja (Finland)

    The Suupohja FTTH-network in Western Finland started in 2005 with the vision of building municipality owned fibre backbone to the village telephone centres and using existing copper infrastructure in the last mile. Due to a change of the regulations conce ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  9. Best Practice- Building an electronic communications infrastructure (Slovenia)

    The main object of the project is to assure access to a highly effective broadband network. Step by step the number of the population with broadband access shall be raised to a full coverage. The goal of development and structural adjustment focuses on re ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

  10. Best practice- LTFE (Slovenia)

    LTFE (LTFE- Laboratory for Telecommunications, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana) has developed an optimization tool for planning rural broadband access networks. Maps. The tool called BANeT optimizes placement of remote DSL multi ...

    Fani Polyzoidou - 03/07/2015 - 12:26

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