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Lattelecom tests G.Fast data technology

Monday 2 May 2016 | 16:27 CET | News
Latvian fixed operator Lattelecom, in cooperation with Nokia and Huawei, has started testing G.Fast data technology. Speeds of 780 Mbps have been reached on the copper network using the technology.  

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Huawei China / Lattelecom / Nokia
Countries: Latvia
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