T-COM

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T-COMTelecommunications (College Course)
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The trial of Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) technology provides broadband services to around 100 T-Com customers who could not previously be reached by DSL services.
El anterior conglomerado estatal de telecomunicaciones DT ahora quiere fusionar las unidades T-Com y T-Onlineen un segmento de negocio estrategico comun llamado "Broadband/Fixline.
The contract will enable T-Com to upgrade its optical network and offer higher speed services.
According to Marconi T-Com will use the network to enhance its transport capacity in the optical network and improve flexibility and responsiveness in setting up new high-bandwidth services.
The former state telecommunications conglomerate, DT, now intends to merge the T-Com and T-Online units into one common strategic business segment called "Broadband/ Fixline.
The company is a part of Deutsche Telekom and Magyar Telekom Group, and offers its services on the Montenegrin market under the brands T-Com and T-Mobile.
The Company owns and operates a telecommunications network which covers the entire territory of the Slovak Republic, providing national and international voice services and a wide portfolio of modern data services under T-Com brand.
T-Com - the fixed-network unit of Deutsche Telekom - is to use West Midland-based Marconi Corporation's Multihaul 3000 platform as the first building block of Europe's first 40Gbit/sec, high-capacity optical network.
Fixed operators, mobile operators and carriers participating in existing or planned trials include Belgacom ICS, BT, Cable&Wireless, DTAC, Elisa, France Telecom/Orange, iBasis, Mobilkom, Proximus, T-Com, T-Mobile, Telecom Italia, Telecom Italia Sparkle, Telefonica/O2, Telefonica IWS, Telekom Austria, Telenor, Telenor Global Services, TeliaSonera, TeliaSonera International Carrier, Telus, Telecom New Zealand, Telecom New Zealand InternationalI, Vipnet, Vodafone and Teleglobe/VSNL.
The group's fixed-line business, T-Com, which churns out the cash to help fund the other, loss-making but growing divisions, boosted fourth quarter earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of 2.
Through its two business units, T-Com and T-Mobile, the Group provides fixed telephony, mobile telephony, wholesale, Internet and data services.
These gateways give T-Mobile, the mobile communication subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG, the added option of connecting HSDPA-enabled NodeBs (3G base stations) via low-cost ADSL2+ lines and drawing on the services of its sister company T-Com.