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The current mobile communications standard 5G is an issue everyone is talking about. Business and politics, network operators and service providers, technological companies and corporations are either strategically or operatively involved with it. People are eagerly discussing 5G and it has featured in the business sections of well-known newspapers as a technology star.
(From: 5G Hype by s&p Beratungs- und Planungsgesellschaft mbH)
The groundbreaking ceremony for the connection of the "mountain villages" has taken place: the city of Sinsheim and Zweckverband together ensure the nationwide fiber optic expansion
(From: Zweckverband High-Speed-Netz Rhein-Neckar)
Municipality is calling for expansion of cellular network
seim & partner identified during an analytical GIS-project more than 300 cellular dead spots. The regional administration of Wesermarsch has defined a list of demands towards mobile network operators. 35 existing towers should be provided with newest technology as well as new towers to provide network coverage.
(From: Nordwest-Zeitung, 10/11/2018)
District authority presents partner for broadband expansion
If in the next few weeks you happen to see a white vehicle with the company logo "seim & partner" driving by slowly and taking photos of streets and sidewalks, initially in the north of the administrative district, don't be fooled into thinking it's a new scam tactic or updates for Google Maps. The data will be used by renowned planning firm seim & partner from Taunusstein as the basis for pressing ahead with further broadband expansion in the administrative district.
(From: www.marktplatz-osnabrueck.de, 5/30/2017)
Administrative district moves up a gear
The administrative district moves up a gear with local fast Internet: "Ensuring extremely good broadband provision in the Osnabrück area as quickly as possible for everyone" is the goal which Head District Councilor Stefan Muhle set out for the administrative district of Osnabrück on site in Neuenkirchen.
(From: Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, 5/24/2017)
Local fiber-optic network represents a unique project
On a rainy Friday afternoon, only one thing was faster than the streams of rainwater running down the gutters - the new fiber-optic Internet connection of the Kirchdorf commercial zone in Brigachtal. "Welcome to the future" said mayor Michael Schmitt, welcoming the local residents, the local council and representatives of the cooperation partner Kabel-BW, who had come to...
(From: SÜDKURIER Medienhaus, 7/30/2011)