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Digital infrastructure has proven itself ‘the fourth utility’ as the covid-19 lockdown has prompted an explosion of videoconferencing for work and streaming for leisure. The infrastructure has been tested but is rising to the challenge and, in the process, underlining its mission-critical nature. As the world demands ever-greater connectivity, it will require ever-greater investment in the infrastructure that makes that happen.

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