DT sees a continued role for copper broadband

Thanks to advances to VDSL using techniques such as vectoring, copper wire continues to be a viable and cost-effective alternative to fiber and cable for expanding the reach of broadband networks, according to Niek Jan van Damme, a member of the Deutsche Telekom board. While copper may not be abl...


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