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An End to End Architecture for Ubiquitous Super-Fast Broadband

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There is growing pressure to ensure that future broadband networks are both super fast and ubiquitously available to all users without the need for large government subsidies, this requires a radical change to network architectures.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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