Analysis Mason, a London-based research firm, reports that DSL accounted for nearly 60 percent of fixed broadband connections in the 30 countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. But for the first time since the technology came to mass-market, the majority of new connections were not DSL. Both cable and residential fiber-to-the-home are, however, gaining line share. "DSL may be losing net additions across the OECD in general," said Analysis Mason Senior Analyst Martin Scott in a statement, "but France, Germany and Mexico still demonstrate a strong bias towards DSL, so it appears that there are still quite a few years left for the world’s dominant broadband access technology."

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