• Michael Skjøtt Kjær
  • Helle Schultz
This master theses analyses if it would be likely that Denmark reaches the target of 100 Mbit/s broadband access to residential areas by 2020, and provides suggestions to what means that needs to be taken in order to reach that goal.
The analysis has been conducted in six steps: 1) describing the government strategy, 2) status of the rollout of high-speed broadband in Denmark, 3) what is the cost of reaching the political goal, 4) how can the rollout be financed, 5) what are the political instruments available to cover the access gap, and 6) interviews with industry experts in order to validate our findings,
The conclusion is that we find it unlikely that Denmark will reach a nationwide coverage of 100/30 Mbit/s broadband access to residential areas by 2020, but if the demand is present, and the willingness to invest from the public side, then there is no true access gap present that cannot be covered by existing political instruments.
Udgivelsesdato7 jun. 2017
Antal sider85
ID: 259348555