Bell Labs, a division of telecom giant Alcatel-Lucent, has injected new life into copper networking with a new technology dubbed XG.fast. Using XG.fast, the company claims speeds of 10Gbps over copper (vs. VDSL2, which currently supports up to 150Mbps).
The technology is the latest in a line of promising innovation for copper networks, with the industry progression currently set up as follows: today’s FTTC (fiber to the cabinet) and VDSL2, followed by G.fast over the next couple of years, and finally, XG.fast.

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