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Canadian-made bonded DSL rings throw telcos a lifeline

News | 08/12/2008 5:26 pm EDT

A Calgary-based company has hit the market with a technology that can provide telcos with 400 megabits per second over their legacy copper wires. It could be the magic bullet telcos need to compete with the cable industry’s much bigger bandwidth pipe, and at one-twentieth the cost of extending fibre closer to the home.

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