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Nokia, Frontier deploy G.fast in Connecticut

Thursday 25 May 2017 | 16:06 CET | News
Nokia and Frontier Communications will deploy G.fast technology to increase in-building broadband speeds for customers living in apartment and multi-dwelling units (MDU) across Connecticut. Part of a state-wide network expansion initiative, Frontier will use Nokia's G.fast technology to bring fibre-like speeds to customers without having to install new, in-building fibre infrastructure. With built-in vectoring technology, the Nokia G.fast platform will allow Frontier to use the last few hundred meters of existing copper located in buildings to deliver ultra-broadband access to customers.

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Companies: Frontier Communications / Nokia
Countries: United States
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