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BIPT starts consultation on vectoring

Friday 1 November 2013 | 12:37 CET | News
Belgian regulator BIPT opened a consultation on its market analysis and decision for VDSL2 vectoring. After the consultation, the decision will be sent to the European Commission for comment. At the wholesale level, the introduction of vectoring on the Belgacom network will have two implications: first, the introduction of regulated services with higher bandwidth, and second, all modems will require an update or replacement. Belgacom applied for clearance of vectoring in July, and a market consultation led to some changes in its proposal. One of the problems was how Belgacomd uses dynamic

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Belgacom / BIPT
Countries: Belgium
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