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Sify to commercially launch its broadband services by mid-January 2001

18-December-2000
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Sify to commercially launch its broadband services by mid-January 2001

Satyam Infoway (Sify) is planning to commercially launch its broadband on demand services by mid-January 2001, using CorDECT (digitally enhanced cordless telecommunication) technology for high-speed data transmission in the last loop. The company has been conducting a pilot study at Hyderabad for the past three-four months with CorDECT systems, with a speed of around 35 kbps to 70 kbps, which is two to four times faster than the 19.6 kbps available on conventional wireless equipment.

Currently, only DishnetDSL with its DSL services and BSNL with its standard ISDN services are offering broadband on demand.

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