a combat support agency that provides geographic intelligence in support of national security
- National Guaranteed Areas (NGA)
- on regulated access to Next Generation Access Networks (NGA)
- COMMON PRINCIPLES FOR THE PRICING OF NGA ACCESS
- 169-175, 1st Fl., (Face Row), San Pya Nga Moe Yeik Market, Yangon
- The maximum guaranteed area referred to in paragraph 2 shall be divided into the following NGA:
- 453, Top of Nga-mo-Yeik 5th St., Thingankyun Tsp, Yangon
- From the ODF, NGA loops are connected to the core network equipment of the NGA operator or of other operators, possibly via intermediate backhaul links where equipment is not co-located in the MPoP.
- Diversifying the risk of deployment may lead to more timely and more efficient deployment of NGA networks.
- Access to civil engineering infrastructure of the SMP operator can represent an important input for the deployment of NGA networks.
- Application of the principle of equivalence for access to the civil engineering infrastructure of the SMP operator for the purpose of rolling out NGA networks
- The deployment of NGA networks is likely to lead to important changes in the economics of service provision and the competitive situation.
- To foster retail product competition it is important that such different service characteristics are reflected in various regulated NGA-based products, including business grade services.
- The ‘terminating segment’ means the segment of an NGA access network which connects an end-user’s premises to the first distribution point.
- A Member State may subdivide its NGA into sub-areas in accordance with objective criteria, in particular at regional level or in relation to the production.’