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Broadband Infrastructure Review Objective Our project Broadband Infrastructure Review has several objectives First we introduce broadband infrastructure in terms of different types of access technologies Second we apply Michael Porters Diamond model to analyze the rather high growing broadband development in HK Lastly we attempt to conclude the major factors that shall be maintained or enhanced for HK to further boost its broadband development One of the specials about our project is that we try to focus the analysis locally but we learn and thought from a worldwide perspective In this survey you would not only see the examination of Porters Diamond model applied in local context but also much data and information about worldwide broadband developments especially some learning and comparison with Korea and the US Broadband Definition by OFTA Different organizations may have different definitions of broadband But to be precise and practical the most common meaning of broadband can be simply summarized as the capacity to transmit data at the rate of 15Mbps or above using family of Digital Subscriber Line xDSL Local Multipoint Distribution Services LMDS Fiber-to-the-Building FTTB cable modem or other technologies Nowadays since the broadband is mostly used for connecting to the Internet to most people broadband refers to a high speed connection to the Internet in short people call it Broadband Internet or Broadband Internet Access which becomes a narrow but most popular definition of broadband I - Broadband Infrastructure Overview Worldwide Broadband Development After illustrating different kinds of broadband technologies a systematic and brief study of worldwide broadband development is necessary to deepen our understanding of the topic The paper has selected the broadband development of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD countries to study the worldwide broadband development OECD is an international organization of industrialized market-economy countries In OECD representatives from 30 Member countries meet to exchange information and harmonize policy with a view to maximizing economic growth within Member countries and assisting
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