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Styria targets 100 Mbps for everyone by 2022

Tuesday 22 November 2016 | 13:44 CET | News
The Austrian state of Styria cooperates with Energie Steiermark for its broadband infrastructure development and aims to provide 100 Mbps internet to everyone by 2022, according to derStandard.at. Energie Steiermark positions itself both as an infrastructure provider and traditional ISP, but for special clients.

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