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The 300 Gbps connectivity service connects Fastweb PoPs between Rome and Milan via Turin (more than 950 km) as the primary path and via Florence-Bologna (more than 800 km) as the protected path.
Cappex combines the attributes of FinAid and FastWeb with information about college admissions, Kantrowitz said, adding that it has "very interesting ideas about how to do things differently that will benefit both colleges and students."
Other sector players or private equity firms may also seek to acquire Fastweb, bankers told the news agency.
Before Italian ISP Fastweb added Wi-Fi in 2001 and turned cable modems into wireless Internet gateways, building networks was too complicated and expensive for most consumers.
Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of the financial aid websites and, says access to education is affected more by how much money people can get and when they have to repay the funds, rather than the rate being charged.
Mark Kantrowitz, who publishes the financial aid Web sites and, observed that "a lot of people who need relief right now won't be the ones who benefit.
Mark Kantrowitz, who came up with the $27,200 figure based on the National Postsecondary Student Aid Study and publishes the financial aid sites and, is concerned that debt at graduation is outpacing starting salaries.
The silver-haired fox even breaks out into a sweat to perform a jogging scene in the third commercial he has filmed for Italian telecommunications company, Fastweb.
Ipanema's solutions are already used by companies including Orange Business Services, BT, Cable and Wireless, Belgacom, Swisscom, Telecom Italia, Fastweb, Reliance, Tata Communications, Colt and KDDI.
A total of 11 operators have signed up for the plan to roll out a next-generation broadband market to Italy's major cities, first unveiled by Wind, Fastweb and Vodafone Italia.
Rome -- Telecoms groups Vodafone Group Plc, Fastweb and Wind agreed to build a 2.5 billion euro (USD 3.4 billion) fiber optic network in Italy, taking the lead away from former monopoly Telecom Italia.