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KDDI and Nokia boost Japanese broadband speeds by 800%

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 04 February 19

Nokia's G.fast solution will be deployed in apartment blocks where download speeds were previously limited to 100Mbps

Japanese telecoms operator KDDI is to boost the speed of its ultrafast broadband services to 830Mbps, by deploying Nokia's G.fast solution. Japanese telcos are aggressively pursuing a fibre first policy, but KDDI has opted to use G.fast services for customers who live in multi…

Japanese telecoms operator KDDI is to boost the speed of its ultrafast broadband services to 830Mbps, by deploying Nokia's G.fast solution. Japanese telcos are aggressively pursuing a fibre first policy, but KDDI has opted to use G.fast services for customers who live in multi…

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