Residents in the city of Brno, in the Czech Republic, are awaiting the arrival of FTTH.
Local operator SMART is planning to go live with 100Mbps data, voice, TV and video services to an initial 6,600 homes by September next year.
Construction starts in January, with all connections for the project terminating at city apartments. “We have decided on FTTH architecture because it is future-proof and maximizes return on such an important infrastructure investment,” said a SMART spokesperson.
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