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VolkerWessels to reconstruct KPN network in Maastricht

Thursday 7 February 2013 | 10:48 CET | News
Dutch network services provider VolkerWessels has been commissioned by KPN to reconstruct the telecom infrastructure in Maastricht. KPN will be able to broaden its digital infrastructure by deepening works on the A2 motorway. The deepening construction work will the placement of tunnel tubes. The number of primary copper cables will be greatly reduced. At the same time, part of the existing copper network will be made ​​suitable for VDSL. This will be done by bundling18 existing cable distributors into a new assemblage point (PAN cabinet) which will be equipped with fibre. The work will

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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