NetCologne goes live with vectoring technology

3 Aug 2015

German regional telecoms operator NetCologne has introduced vectoring technology at around 1,200 street cabinets, enabling it to offer maximum connection speeds of 100Mbps download and 40Mbps upload. Approximately 200,000 households will initially be able to benefit from the new technology, located in areas including Leverkusen, Pulheim, Wesseling, Elsdorf, Kerpen, Bergheim, Bedburg, Bergisch Gladbach, Niederkassel, Burscheid, Windeck, Eitorf and Betzdorf, as well as the Cologne districts of Weiden, Loevenich, Rondorf, Hochkirchen and Godorf. NetCologne, which is owned by utilities company GEW Cologne, plans to roll out vectoring to a further 200,000 homes in Dormagen, Huerth, Frechen, Erftstadt, Bornheim, Bruehl and Alfter by mid-2016.

Germany, NetCologne