Suddenlink announces High Speed Internet MAX 107.0.
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US cable broadband company Suddenlink announced on Tuesday it has started offering residential customers in several suburban-Austin communities its new 'High Speed Internet MAX 107.0' service.
According to the company, the new service features a download speed up to 107Mb/s and an upload speed up to 5Mb/s.
Georgetown, Pflugerville and Leander communities are the first in the USA to receive the service.
The MAX 107.0 service is the result of 'Project Imagine,' a Suddenlink programme that calls for approximately USD350m of capital investments US-wide through 2012, above and beyond the company's traditional capital spending levels.
Through the project, the company aims to expand to substantially all Suddenlink communities: video-on-demand service; the capability for up to 200 high-definition (HD) TV channels; and DOCSIS 3.0 technology, which enables Internet download speeds of 20, 50 and more than 100Mb/s.
The company also said it is preparing to launch either MAX 107.0 or MAX 50.0 Internet service, which will feature a download speed of up to 50Mb/s, in a number of other communities in 2010, with details to be announced later.
No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Date:||Mar 30, 2010|
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