While Unbundled Local Loop service were economic unviable for voice service, it provided the right platform for semi-infrastructure based broadband competition. Several telcos and ISPs are now installing their own DSLAM infrastructure and by early 2006 more than tens of thousands of DSLAMS were either installed or commissioned. ADSL2+ became available over the first installed DSLAMs in late 2003 and this development is going to lead to a broadband capacity explosion over the rest of this decade, with triple play business models delivering VoIP and IPTV as well as high speed Internet access.
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