My colleague Patrick Vande Walle writes about it.
The French newspaper Le Monde reports that the incumbent operator France T?l?com will start deploying 100 Mbit/s Internet connections to the home in the Paris area, starting next March. Its competitor, Free, has similar projects.
In Bulgaria, as we know, the high-speed access is 100 Mbps for the end-users for quite a while. Interesting – the richest country of the EU – Luxembourg – considers 3 Mbps “high-speed”, and the poorest – Bulgaria – considers 100 Mbps already as an old technology, and users are looking for 1000 Mbps.