Definition Edit

Local loop unbundling (LLU) is

the process where the incumbent operators . . . make their local network (the lines that run from customers premises to the telephone exchange) available to other communications providers. The process requires the competitor to deploy its own equipment in the incumbent's local exchange and to establish a backhaul connection between this equipment and its core network.[1]

References Edit

  1. Britain's Superfast Broadband Future, Glossary, at 57.

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