Colt Telecom stellt in zwölf europäischen Ländern sein Service-Portfolio mit Zugangsbandbreiten von bis zu 40 Mbit/s zur Verfügung - und zwar über Standard-Telefonleitungen. Dieses Angebot ist Teil der Strategie, mittelständischen Unternehmen in Europa hohe Bandbreiten für geschäftliche High-Speed-Anwendungen zu bieten. …mehr
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