Com Hem tests symmetrical 1.2 Gbps service with view to possible launch in 2019

(Telecompaper) Swedish operator Com Hem said its division Com Hem Labs is conducting a test in a property in Stockholm with symmetrical broadband speeds of 1.2 Gbps on its fibre-coax network. The aim is to prepare and fine-tune the service before commercial launch in 2019. It said upgrading to the next generation of cable network under the international Docsis 3.1 standard could in theory supply service at up to 10 Gbps for downloads and just over 1 Gbps for uploads. …read more

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Com Hem tests symmetrical 1.2 Gbps service with view to possible launch in 2019

(Telecompaper) Swedish operator Com Hem said its division Com Hem Labs is conducting a test in a property in Stockholm with symmetrical broadband speeds of 1.2 Gbps on its fibre-coax network. The aim is to prepare and fine-tune the service before commercial launch in 2019. It said upgrading to the next generation of cable network under the international Docsis 3.1 standard could in theory supply service at up to 10 Gbps for downloads and just over 1 Gbps for uploads. …read more

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Net1 Sweden plans to expand M2M after beating Telia in 450 MHz licence auction

(Telecompaper) Ice Group subsidiary Netett Sverige (Net1) said it plans to expand its M2M services after winning the frequency auction for the national licence of 2 x 5 MHz in the 450 MHz band (452.5 to 457.5 MHz and 462.5 to 467.5 MHz). Sector regulator PTS said there were two approved bids, from Net1 and Telia Company. Net1 had offered SEK 91.30 million and Telia offered SEK 40.17 million. …read more

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Net1 Sweden plans M2M expansion after beating Telia in 450 MHz licence auction

(Telecompaper) Ice Group subsidiary Netett Sverige (Net1) said it plans to expand its M2M services after winning the frequency auction for the national licence of 2 x 5 MHz in the 450 MHz band (452.5 to 457.5 MHz and 462.5 to 467.5 MHz). Sector regulator PTS said there were two approved bids, from Net1 and Telia Company. Net1 had offered SEK 91.30 million and Telia offered SEK 40.17 million. …read more

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