TDC plans broadband expansion in rural areas

Wednesday 16 December 2015 | 11:54 CET | News
Danish operator TDC announced plans to improve broadband services for customers in rural areas. The company has mapped nearly 100 small towns in rural areas where residents will be offered better connections. These are towns where at least 50 households are unable to receive fast broadband. TDC will upgrade the infrastructure using so-called micro exchanges in a local street cabinet connected to fibre or radio relay lines in order to offer speeds of 30-100 Mbps. A certain number of households in each town need to register their interest before the operator goes ahead with the network upgrade

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Categories: Internet
Companies: TDC
Countries: Denmark
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