Sweden Leads Europe in FTTH

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BRUSSELS - Sweden leads the lineup of European FTTH adopters with more than 10 percent FTTH penetration, according to new figures from the FTTH Council Europe. Following closely behind are Norway, Slovenia, Andorra, Denmark, Iceland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Slovakia and Finland.

As in previous years, Scandinavia and the continent's smaller economies dominate the list. Sweden, Norway and Slovenia still hold the top three spots, while new entrant Slovakia takes the place of Italy, which drops out of the top 10. Large countries like France, Germany and the UK have still not broken into the list.

The FTTH Council Europe's ranking is part of its Market Panorama study, which is carried out by research firm IDATE. It shows the percentage of homes and businesses that receive broadband communications services over direct fiber optic connections to their homes or buildings.

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