Thousands and thousands of kilometres of copper cables are going through the whole of Germany. As the “end piece” for the user you are directly connected to the worldwide communication network. Through this way millions of households obtain the opportunity to use the internet for the most diverse purposes. So far transfer rates up to 100 Mbit/s were the fastest possible internet connections. A new technology, which is based on copper cables enables data transfers between 200 Mbit/s and 1 Gbit/s. Thereby the question of how well developed the German internet infrastructure is appears on the surface of our broadband world.
Kabel Deutschland is pioneer
By one‘s own account Kabel Deutschland reached a milestone and can now bring internet with up to 200 Mbit/s to German households. Within this project around 80 German cities are being embedded in the new super fast transfer network. Regarding this, Kabel Deutschland now is the winning pioneer in the field of high speed internet. Within the following next years the Vodafone subsidiary wants to keep pushing the development of German internet infrastructure to guarantee a working broadband internet in every single household.
A dynamic Sector
The technological development appears to be incredibly fast. Because of this, almost every single internet provider counts on the development of transfer rates. To be able to survive or even overtake competitors in the international comparison of internet transfer rates, German politics support this certain field of technology with huge amounts of money, to ensure that German internet will be in the list of the best of the best.