"The joy of the local residents to get fast Internet soon, slowly deviates from the anger that cover layers of streets, now by micro-trenching are destroyed again. May the inventor's spirit of civil engineers quickly produce an acceptable solution."
This is where Nano_Trenchstarts, it neither destroys the top layer nor the top and bottom of the street. It is also possible to move the inserted cables up or down as required.
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If you want to transport gigabits in a matter of seconds, you must drain the copper and turn to the glass fiber. The South Koreans have realized this and already 70 percent of all connections have been placed on fiber optic cables. Sweden comes to 46 percent, Norway to 31 percent and Portugal to 24 percent. And Germany? Is at 1.3 percent. Investments in glass fiber connections are worthwhile. If the number increases by 1 percent, the gross domestic product (GDP) will increase by around 0.03 percent, according to calculations by IW researchers. For Germany, this would result in a GDP increase of around 900 million euro. High-performance broadband networks are also creating a growing economy: on average, the average transmission speed of the IW is 1 percent, accompanied by an increase in GDP of 0.07 percent. For Germany, this equates to a GDP of 2 billion Euro. "Just because Germany is still at the beginning of fiber optic development, particularly great advantages are to be expected with such investments", said Hüther.
The Bundesverband Breitbandkommunikation (Breko), in which nearly 160 network operators are organized, also calls for significantly higher speeds. "Germany must score the most powerful digital infrastructure in Europe", says Breko President Norbert Westfal. "Pure glass fiber connections, right up to all citizens and businesses, will soon be as important as a water or electricity connection." They would form a central foundation for economic growth and prosperity for today's society as well as for future generations.