Universal broadband access in developing countries - The case of Bolivia

  title={Universal broadband access in developing countries - The case of Bolivia},
  author={Javier Eduardo Gorostiaga Vargas},
  journal={IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2014)},
Nowadays the broadband is not only a technological trigger but also an economic driver. So this document shows the actual Bolivian situation taking account infrastructure, Information, Communication Technologies penetration, broadband access costs, type of population and regulation issues. We highlight the needing for backbone network deployed with fiber optic to localities with population greater than 2000. For access networks issue we put special attention on FTTx technologies for capital… CONTINUE READING

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