Telekom Deutschland rolls out FTTH in Hanover

Friday 15 April 2011 | 15:43 CET | News
Telekom Deutschland has selected Hanover in Lower Saxony state as one of 10 cities where it will lay optical fibres direct to homes (FTTH). Around 45,000 households in the districts of Bult, Suedstadt and Linden will be equipped with FTTH connections by end-2011.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Telekom Deutschland
Countries: Germany
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