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Broadband mapping for speeds between 100 Mbps and 1 Gbps
Ubiquitous access for citizens and companies to very high speed Internet is key for developing the national economy. Hence, the national strategy for very high-speed networks was elaborated in 2010 [http://www.gouvernement.lu/3938123/2010-strategie-ultrahaut-debit.pdf]. The general objective of the strategy is to position the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg among the leading broadband countries and to enable citizens, companies and public players to reap the associated socio-economic benefits. The strategy is in line with Europe 2020, a strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, as well as the Digital Agenda for Europe (http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda). In the context of the Digital Agenda, the European Commission encourages broadband mapping exercises (http://www.broadbandmapping.eu/). The broadband mapping indicates the percentage of households that can get fix access to very high-speed Internet, independent of the technology (copper cable, coax cable, optical fibre). The map is based on data provided on a voluntary basis by certain network providers and on estimations based on such data. Speeds are advertised speeds and may vary from actual speeds. Link to the data Link to the PDF map
Internet coverage, very high-speed, national strategy for very high-speed networks, Digital Agenda for Europe, Digital Lëtzebuerg
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