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Micus oversees fibre broadband plan for Goppingen

Thursday 21 August 2014 | 09:35 CET | News
Micus Management Consultancy said it has been selected by Goppingen district council in Baden-Wurttemberg to oversee the development of a next-generation access (NGA) network masterplan to provide broadband. The masterplan coves the deployment of a future-proof FTTB grid in the medium to long term, and FTTC provision in under-served rural districts in the short term. Goppingen borders on the Swabian Alps and there are geographic and infrastructure difficulties because of large variations in altitudes between settlements there.

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