New Proximus tech extends lifespan of copper networks

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Working together with Nokia, engineers from Belgian operator Proximus have developed a way for copper networks to deliver twice the speed and capacity that was previously available. The technology, called 2MX6, is based on Nokia’s Quillion chip and uses what they call ‘ultra-dense vectorisation’ to double the capacity of street cabinets, allowing each cabinet to support 384 users instead of the previous 192…

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