Open Fiber, as the single point of contact for the construction, operation and maintenance of the publicly owned UBBUBB Ultra-broadband is when the actual download connection speed is at least 30 Mbps. Networks in which the connection speed reaches or exceeds 1 Gbps are generically referred to as ultra-fast networks. To enable these speeds, optical fibres must be used instead of traditional copper cables, which is why these networks are called optical access networks (NGANs) or, more simply, optical networks (NGNs). networkNetwork In computer language, the term network defines a set of hardware and software devices which, when linked together, enable the exchange and sharing of resources, data or information. In a computer network, the devices that generate, route and terminate data are called network nodes., in the White AreasWhite Areas White Areas are those where private operators have not deemed it worthwhile to invest and therefore lack broadband and ultra-broadband infrastructure. (C&D), asks the Operators to confirm on which Nodes, listed in the annexes, there is interest in acquiring WholesaleWholesale Open Fiber is a ‘wholesale only’ operator, i.e. it operates exclusively in the wholesale market, offering access on fair and non-discriminatory terms to all interested Market Operators. Services (fibre Node binding and hosting at the NDPNDP The NDP (Neutral Delivery Point) is the network node that allows all Operators to access the infrastructure built by Concessionaires such as Open Fiber. Each NDP terminates all the fibres laid in the area of the relevant municipality, which are used to bring ultra-broadband connection to users. of fibre delivery).