Bell Canada targets MDUs with fiber

Verizon Communications is not the only North American telco that wants to bring its fiber broadband network to the multi-dwelling unit market. Bell Canada has started targeted its ongoing fiber build-out to MDU buildings in its Quebec-Windsor corridor. The apartment dwellers in many of those MDUs may help the Canadian telco reach a goal of covering 2.4 million subscribers by the end of this year.

Verizon had announced earlier an MDU market push built on some technology innovations that make for more efficient MDU deployments, such as bendable fiber. Verizon's biggest MDU market target is, of course, New York City.

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