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Disaggregated regime to spark new wholesale models, agreements: CNOC

News | 11/07/2017 6:12 pm EST

TORONTO — The CRTC’s new disaggregated wholesale regime will bring with it enormous costs to connect customers to fibre and will give birth to new wholesale models, agreements and strategies to make it affordable for independent internet service providers (ISPs) to compete, the president of the Canadian Network Operators Consortium (CNOC) told a conference crowd on the second day of the ISP Summit Tuesday.

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