Propuesta de política público-privada para el despliegue de la banda ancha en entornos rurales de Castilla y León

  1. Ramón J. Durán Barroso 1
  2. Camilo Anzola-Rojas 1
  3. Noemí Merayo 1
  4. Ignacio de Miguel 1
  5. Juan Carlos Aguado 1
  6. María-Eugenia Pérez-Pons 2
  7. Javier Parra-Domínguez 2
  8. Marta Plaza-Hernández 2
  1. 1 Universidad de Valladolid

    Universidad de Valladolid

    Valladolid, España


  2. 2 Universidad de Salamanca

    Universidad de Salamanca

    Salamanca, España


Proceedings of the IV Workshop on Disruptive Information and Communication Technologies for Innovation and Digital Transformation: 18th June 2021 Online
  1. Carlos Ramos (coord.)
  2. Goreti Marreiros (coord.)
  3. Javier Parra Domínguez (coord.)

Publisher: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca ; Universidad de Salamanca

ISBN: 978-84-1311-582-5

Year of publication: 2022

Pages: 117-130

Congress: Workshop on disruptive information and communication technologies for innovation and digital transformation (4. 2021. Oporto)

Type: Conference paper

DOI: 10.14201/0AQ0315117130 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor


Disruptive new services and applications require the use of broadband communications networks. In the segment of access, passive optical access networks (PON) are consolidating as the best alternative for this deployment given that access technologies traditional (coaxial cable, copper) are no longer capable of supporting the growing volume of traffic. However, the current deployment of these networks PON is very unequal, being only present in the areas of greatest population density where the cost per connection for operators is keeps low. In this paper we present a public-private policy proposal that will allow operators to be encouraged to deploy networks PON in low population density settings (rural settings). For demonstrate its effectiveness, a use case is presented in the province of Valladolid (Castile and León, Spain). The results of this study show that, thanks to the use of the proposed policy, operators may find attractive provide a service to all users and populations who want it.