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KDDI Deploys Nokia G.fast Solutions in Japan

Japanese telecommunication service provider, KDDI deploys G.fast technology based high-speed broadband to its subscribers in Japan. The ITU-T compliant G.fast solutions from Nokia uses vectoring technology will enable the service provider to use existing copper lines in MDU buildings to deliver 830Mbps combined uplink and downlink speeds to customers. Japan is one of the leaders in driving the developments in…

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Chorus Plans Commercial Offer of 10Gbps Service from March 2019

Chorus, the telecommunication service provider in New Zealand announced that it is gearing up to provide 10Gbps fiber broadband services to the residential and small and medium enterprises. The commercial offer of the service is planned to start from the mid-March this year. In a press release captioned “Chorus supercharges New Zealand’s broadband with 10Gbps trial”, the provider revealed that…

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CDP Supports a Common Fiber Infrastructure

Italian telecommunication investment company, CDP (Cassa Depositi e Prestiti) supports the idea of creating a single fiber optic network to deliver broadband services. The CEO of CDP, Fabrizio Palermo shared his organization’s thinking during a conference in Rome. Significance of CDP’s Thoughts Two active players in Italian High-speed Broadband are Open Fiber and TIM (Telecom Italia) are controlled by the…

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CEBF Announce RuNe FTTH Project in Croatia

Connecting Europe Broadband Fund (CEBF) announces its first investment in collaboration with Vahta RuNe Project in Croatia. CEBF has signed an agreement with Vahta d.o.o. (Slovenia) and 3T Cable d.o.o. (Croatia) to set up RuNe Group (Luxembourg), which will be the window for investment and responsible for FTTH deployment. RuNe stands for Rural Networks. As per the plans, the team…

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