Multiple Dwelling Units (MDU's)
Residents in multi-unit buildings want access to ultra-high speed broadband service, and they want to be able choose among providers to get the best service at the best price. For the most part, building owners and managers work with their residents to provide this choice because they understand the importance of ultra-high speed broadband service. However, at times, building owners and managers either block or limit choice for no apparent or sufficient reason. In those cases, the Fiber Broadband Association believes residents need a government backstop to provide a fair and reasonable process to enable choice, while enabling providers to control their facilities and enter into agreements with building owners and managers that drive the deployment of ultra-high speed networks.
|2017-07-26||Fiber Broadband Ass'n Comments of FCC NOI on MTEs||Details|
|2017-06-30||Petition for Preemption of Article 52 of the San Francisco Police Code Filed by the Mutifamily Broad||Details|
|2017-06-15||Reply Comments of the Fiber Broadband Assn in opposition to the Petition for Preemption||Details|
|2011-12-01||FTTH Council Comments to FCC on Multiple Dwelling Units||Details|
|2011-11-28||FTTH Council Comments to FCC on Multiple Dwelling Units||Details|
|2011-08-15||Ways to Solve the MDU Challenge of Deploying Fiber to the Subscriber||Details|