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Broadband

Emerging leaders in high-speed broadband

Thursday 25 April 2013 | 11:47 CET | Author: Marion ter Welle | Background
Countries with active cable operators are growing the number of households able to receive 50Mbps or higher internet speeds more quickly, according to research by Telecompaper. In addition to upgrading their own networks for faster speeds, cable companies stimulate the competition to improve their (V)DSL networks or develop fibre services, leading to more activity on the high-speed network front. Unsurprisingly countries with difficult terrains and/or very large populations are not moving as fast in rolling out next-generation broadband, even when they have governments actively promoting or

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Belgacom / BIPT / Elion / Kabel BW / Kabel Deutschland / NextGen Communications / Numericable / RomTelecom / Siminn / Starman / Swisscom / Telekom Deutschland / Telenet / Telia / Unitymedia / UPC Cablecom / Vodafone / Voo
Countries: Australia / Belgium / Estonia / France / Germany / Iceland / Ireland / Malaysia / New Zealand / Romania / Slovakia / Switzerland / Ukraine / United Kingdom
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