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NetCologne rolls out 400Mbps VDSL Vectoring line bonding for business customers

16 Jan 2017

German regional telecoms operator NetCologne has announced the launch of speeds of up to 400Mbps (downlink) and 160Mbps (uplink) for business customers within its VDSL Vectoring network footprint. Previously, the company offered maximum data rates of 100Mbps, but the use of line bonding technology has enabled it to quadruple connection speeds in upgraded VDSL Vectoring areas, including parts of Cologne, Leverkusen, Dueren, Aachen, Rhein-Erft-Kreis, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis and Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis. ‘With the new 400Mbps connections, we would particularly like to meet the growing demand of small and medium-sized companies for higher and, above all, stable bandwidths,’ commented NetCologne’s Managing Director Timo von Lepel. The firm added that its VDSL Vectoring network currently reaches around 440,000 households and SMEs.

Germany, NetCologne

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