This is the future.
Blisteringly fast Internet speeds, more robust connections and a big increase in network capacity at little extra cost, even in rural areas?
This is the future. The question remains, how can Europe facilitate the roll out when the incumbents have such a stranglehold on the politicians?
My suggestion would be to start buildout in the rural areas where take up is greater, and seed corn fund the altnets to build to this standard, wherever the needs are known. If an area actively wants some help, help them first. They will engage the community - then as their project succeeds other areas come on board, eventually joining the spider's web together and building a digital country.
What's your suggestion?