The U.N. International Telecommunications Union’s report this week says that the global market for fiber optic networks will grow from $10 billion to $40bn a year by 2030, with the U,S.
leading the way.
The report by the Institute for Advanced Industrial Studies (IAS) said that fiber optic investment in the U., Canada, Mexico and South Korea would add $9 billion to the $40 trillion global market by 2030.
The U and Canada would be the leading countries in fiber-optic network investment, with Mexico and the U.-S.
the top two nations.
The study said the global network could provide more than 3.6 million jobs.
It noted that the fiber optic industry had been growing steadily over the past five years, with growth rates that surpassed the global average.
The growth in the number of fiber-networks would make the U the leading country in the sector, with about two-thirds of the growth going to Mexico, and about one-third to South Korea, which has more than 1.5 million fiber-network customers.
The IAS study also noted that there is significant competition in the market for telecommunications infrastructure.
The country with the largest network of fiber optic cables, for example, is China, which is also in the race to build its own fiber network, the report said.
But it said that India and China are leading in the overall fiber network investment market, as well as in the use of fiber for telecommunications and broadband.
India is expected to spend $1.5 billion on the project in 2030, while China is planning to spend around $1 billion, the study said.
The United States, China and India are expected to account for $1 trillion of the global fiber network growth.
The International Telecommunications Federation, a group of the world’s top telecommunications and communications corporations, has said that the U-S.
has the fastest growing fiber network.
China, South Korea and India also lead in fiber network construction.
IAS said the United States has the most ambitious fiber network in the world, followed by China and Mexico.
But Mexico and Brazil are also expected to lead in the future network.
Ias report comes as the U