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Tele Columbus unveils 1Gbps speeds through KMS unit

1 Feb 2017

Tele Columbus Group, Germany’s third largest cable operator, has begun offering broadband services at maximum speeds of 1Gbps through its subsidiary Kabel & Medien Service (KMS). The high speed network is located in the Bavarian municipality of Markt Indersdorf, where it reaches around 3,500 households in all 59 districts. As previously reported by TeleGeography’s CommsUpdate, the residential fibre-to-the-home/building (FTTH/B) network, which is wholly owned by the municipality of Markt Indersdorf, was launched by KMS in June 2016. Maximum speeds of 100Mbps were initially offered to consumers, but this was increased to 400Mbps in August.

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