Cologne becomes Unitymedia’s fourth gigabit city

5 Dec 2018

German cableco Unitymedia has switched on its new gigabit broadband service in Cologne in North Rhine-Westphalia. The firm has implemented DOCSIS 3.1 technology on the new high-speed network, which is available to around 460,000 households in the city from launch. TeleGeography notes that Cologne is the fourth German city to receive Unitymedia’s 1Gbps service, following launches in Bochum in May, Frankfurt in October and Dusseldorf earlier this month. More than 1.3 million homes are now able to access the network.

Germany, Unitymedia