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For the CATV operators, it is the HFC with the fibre going down to the last amplifier and the coax to the subscriber.

In the brownfield, the traditional operator is forced to remove and replace no matter the selected technology (PON vs. Here I need to emphasize that it is naive to think that one technology is better than the other. In brownfield the CATV operator needs to remove amplifiers up to the last one and replace them (or bypass them) by fibre up to the last amplifier.

Are they faster in call responses for maintenance/repair?For me the laters are much more important than everything in today market.In greenfield, everything is open for fight; but not the transport technology.Of course all this is subject to interpretation when it comes down to other developing markets such as in the Far East, Africa, Middle East and Latin America.The limitation is overall service/technology installation cost and negotiation for the operator with the developers.

Are they faster in call responses for maintenance/repair?

For me the laters are much more important than everything in today market.

In greenfield, everything is open for fight; but not the transport technology.

Of course all this is subject to interpretation when it comes down to other developing markets such as in the Far East, Africa, Middle East and Latin America.

The limitation is overall service/technology installation cost and negotiation for the operator with the developers.

Now in conclusion, today, there is not much difference in brownfield between the traditional operators with FTTH service offering/price and the CATV operators. Are they better on the customer service and tech support?