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ZTE, NetCologne launch G.fast pilot project

Thursday 23 March 2017 | 09:06 CET | News
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ZTE and German network operator NetCologne have launched a pilot phase for G.Fast technology. The system enables transmission speeds of 1 Gbps. In the test phase, the technology will be made available to 260,000 households in the NetCologne network over the coming year.

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Companies: NetCologne / ZTE
Countries: Germany
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