InPoTech gets EU grant for commercialisation of fibre-optic cable

Thursday 12 September 2019 | 13:29 CET | News

Polish company InPoTech will receive an EUR 2.153 million grant under European Commissin's Horizon 2020 programme, reports Telko.in. The grant was allocated for the commercialisation of a multi-line fibre-optic cable.

InPinoTech said the cable could become key for the deployment of 5G networks. The IPT-Core fibre-optic cable includes seven lines, and provides a higher network capacity than traditional fibre-optical lines. 

Poland-based companies have so far received PLN 479 million in EU grants under the Horizon 2020 programme.  

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: European Commission
Countries: Poland
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