German regional telecoms operator EWE TEL has revealed plans to introduce vectoring technology to enable its customers to access maximum broadband download speeds of 100Mbps. The technical work to allow vectoring has already begun, with the first customers able to benefit from the new high speed internet service from autumn 2015. This year, the company is aiming to equip more than 2,000 street cabinets in the northwest of the country with vectoring technology. Based in Oldenburg (Lower Saxony), EWE is one of the largest utility companies in Germany. The group, which is primarily owned by the local government, operates in the northwest, Brandenburg and Rugen, providing around 700,000 with telecoms services.