New decision bodes well for higher speeds over copper network.
New technology can increase broadband speed on copper network and provide end users with up to 100 Mbit/s download and up to 30 Mbit/s upload.
Business Agency has just made a decision that could push the TDC to upgrade copper network with vectoringteknologien.
Vectoring can increase broadband speed on copper significantly, and thus contribute to achieving the Government’s goal of broadband to all households and businesses must have access to a connection with at least 100 Mbit/s download and 30 Mbit/s upload.
It writes the Business Agency in a press release.
Effect of vectoring is greatest in short stretches, making vectoring particularly interesting in TDC’s Street cabinets, which are close to the end users. Thus, it is the end users who live less than 400 meters from a street Cabinet that can get access to the high speeds. TDC expects to expand copper net so 400,000 users by the end of 2015 live under 400 meters from a street Cabinet.
Read more about TDC obligation to give competitors access to the copper network at our site.
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