Deutsche Telekom seeks approval for vectoring

Wednesday 19 December 2012 | 16:48 CET | News
Deutsche Telekom has submitted an application to the Federal Network Agency (BnA) to secure approval for the use of vectoring technology. Management board member Niek van Damme said that vectoring will enable the company to provide millions of households with fast and efficient high-performance connections on the fixed network. Telekom insists it has made concessions to rivals in the application. For example, competitors can themselves deploy vectoring at the cable distribution boxes that they have already connected using fibre optics. In addition, subscriber lines running to the cable

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Deutsche Telekom
Countries: Germany
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