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Rural communities key to Europe’s superfast broadband target

Despite all households in the European Union now having access to basic internet connectivity, significant challenges remain before the same can be said of high-speed services, not least of which is the high cost of wiring up rural areas, according to UK research firm Point Topic.

EC’s super-fast broadband estimates challenged

Providing super-fast broadband to the whole of the European Union could be much less expensive than previously thought, according to UK research firm Point Topic, which estimates that the whole economic area could be served for €80bn – less than a third of the €270bn estimated by the European Commission in its Digital Agenda.

Deutsche Telekom wants to double VDSL speeds using vectoring

Deutsche Telekom doubles broadband speed with vectoring

German incumbent Deutsche Telekom plans to use vectoring technology to double speeds on its VDSL network, theoretically enabling it to deliver speeds up to 100Mbps for downloads and 40Mbps for uploads.

Telefonica is seeing huge demand for video and cloud services

Copper still a viable solution for fast broadband says BT

UK incumbent BT may well extend the life of its copper broadband network rather than switch to fibre for faster broadband. Lucy Dimes, chief executive of Alcatel-Lucent UK and Ireland told a forum in London last week that vectoring broadband technology (VDSL) could extend the life of copper technology to provide speeds of up to 100Mbps, ZDnet has reported.

ZTE takes VDSL2 out of lab

Chinese vendor ZTE has launched what it claims is the world’s first system-level VDSL2 vectoring prototype, the ZXDSL 9836, which enables 100Mbps downstream data speeds through copper lines.

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