Ukrainian cable operator Volia has begun migrating its broadband network in the country’s capital Kyiv to the EuroDOCSIS standard, which the operator says will enable it to offer speeds of up to 100Mbps.
The move follows a pilot of EuroDOCSIS in four cities, including the capital, in June.
Broadband customers with DOCSIS modems will be able to exhange these for new equipment for the nominal price of UAH1 (€0.05).
Volia plans to migrate its network in the city of Zaporozhye to EuroDOCSIS by the end of this year.
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