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Ericsson shows off 500Mbps broadband over copper wires

Posted on Saturday, March 21 2009 @ 16:12:25 CET by


NetworkProPortal reports Ericsson has demonstrated 500Mbps broadband using ordinary copper cables and Vectorized VDSL2 technology.
Swedish Network equipment behemoth Ericsson has demoed a working broadband line that can reach a staggering 500Mbps using ordinary copper cables and Vectorized VDSL2 technology.

This compares very nicely with the odd 2Mbps that the average UK broadband line painfully achieves. Ericsson bonded six copper lines over a distance of 500m to achieve this record, which means that the effective speed per line was around 83.3Mbps.



 



 

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