CETIN has used splicing technology to speed up its fixed network, that is, the use of two pairs of metallic lines. Acceleration works at the same time in both directions, that is, not only on the way to clients (download), but also from them (upload).
Another 807 thousand households come in handy with a speed of up to 100 Mbit / s, and 763 thousand can have half the maximum speed. With a speed of up to 20 Mbit / s, 636 thousand users should be satisfied.
According to its spokesperson Adam Zbijczuk, the company is investing the most energy and investment in the project, as it wants to connect one million households in the Czech Republic using optical networks (FTTH) with speeds of up to 1 Gbit/s.
“Optics is a priority, but we continue to improve the parameters of the recently updated metal mesh. Our mesh terminator also helps us: the so-called Terminator, which not only enables threaded lines to run, but also has many other advantages.”
CETIN owns and operates the largest electronic communication network covering 99.6% of the population of the Czech Republic. Provides services to wholesale telecom operators. The company owned by PPF Investment Group was created by separating networks from the O2 operator (for more information see: Comment: O2 will be split, and the customer won’t know anything yet).
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