Cyta Hellas expands VDSL2 to 28 cities

21 Feb 2012

Greek alternative telco Cyta Hellas has announced the expansion of VDSL2-based broadband services to 27 additional cities and towns, following the launch of its 50Mbps access network in Athens in December 2011. The company, a subsidiary of Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (Cyta), has upgraded its local loop unbundled (LLU) network with VDSL2 technology in Greece’s second largest city Thessaloniki, as well as in Crete (Aghios Nikolaos, Chania, Ierapetra, Iraklio and Sitia), Aegina, Aleksandroupoli, Aleksandria, Veroia, Volos, Giannitsa, Grevena, Edessa, Kastoria, Katerini, Kilkis, Kozani, Komotini, Lamia, Larisa, Naousa, Patra, Ptolemaida, Salamina, Serres and Trikala, as reported by Telecompaper. In January Cyta Hellas said the high speed expansion would be funded by a trebling of its annual investment.

Greece, Cyta Hellas