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Gigabit Internet

The Subscription of KT's Gigabit Internet Service has exceeded 700,000 in just One Year since its Nationwide Launch in October, 2014.

10/23/2015 | By NETMANIAS

Internet subscribers: 8,288,753
GiGA Internet subscribers: 700,000 (8.4% of KT's Internet subscribers)

DASAN launches G.fast to accelerate Gigabit Service

10/20/2015 | By NETMANIAS

DASAN Networks, a global network solution provider in Korea announced that it has completed development of G.fast technology that enables gigabit speeds over copper infrastructure.

KT’s GiGA Subscribers Growth (Q2 2015)

08/21/2015 | By NETMANIAS

KT’s GiGA Subscribers (GiGA Internet, GiGA Wi-Fi Home and GiGA UHD IPTV subscribers), as of Q2 2015.

KT's GiGA Internet subscription reached 500,000 in just 9 months - all driven by Chairman Hwang's initiative

08/05/2015 | By NETMANIAS

After only 9 months of service, KT's GiGA Internet subscription exceeded 500,000. And this sure gives an extra boost to Chairman Chang-gyu Hwang's 'GiGAtopia'. In the second half of 2014, KT launched 4 different giga services, and now is ready to expand its business to IoT service.

KT's GiGA Wire approved as an International Standard at ITU-T Meeting

07/10/2015 | By NETMANIAS

KT announced on the 10th that its GiGA Wire technology, a telephone line-based Internet technology, was recently approved as an international standard at an ITU-T meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland.

A Generation Where ‘GiGA Internet is connected through a Phone Line’ Is starting…There is bounce on Expansion Of GiGA Korea

06/24/2015 | By An, Hocheon

A Generation where GiGA speed Internet is used through a copper landline is starting. It is predicted that this technology is rapidly developing due to preparation of standard for global technologies.

KT announced Their Plan to increase Capital spending by approximately $177M more than Last Year ($2.2B)Gi

03/16/2015 | By Ahn Ho-cheon

KT had announced their plan to increase capital spending by approximately 177 million USD more than last year(2.2 billion USD) at the annual results announcement earlier this year.

LG U+ to lower the Service Rate of its Gigabit Internet Service, 'U+ Optical Giga'

02/01/2015 | By NETMANIAS

LG U+ announced on February 1 that it is lowering the service rate of 'U+ Optical Giga' Internet service, capable of 1 Gbps speeds - up to 10 times faster than the 100 Mbps ultra-high-speed Internet.

KT’s GiGA Internet Subscription exceeded 100,000 in Just Two Months

12/22/2014 | By NETMANIAS

The subscription of KT’s ‘Olleh GiGA Internet’ is growing steadily since its nationwide commercialization in Oct. for the first time in Korea. On Dec. 21, KT announced that the subscription of ‘Olleh GiGA Internet’ has continued to grow by more than 7,000 per week since its release on October 20, and exceeded 100,000 in just two months.

Now Giga Internet Service available from all the Korean Big 3 Operators

12/18/2014 | By NETMANIAS

The 'giga Internet era' has just begun, finally offering speeds of 1 Gbps - 10 times faster than the 100Mbps. For the past 7 ~ 8 years, the maximum Internet speeds for all access networks (FTTH, LAN and XDSL) have long been 100Mbps. So, when LTE-A (CA: 150Mbps) was launched in 2013, and when Wideband LTE-A (225Mbps) was released in June 2014, it was shameful for the wired Internet to be helplessly outpaced by the wireless Internet.

Common Carriers’ Competition over Giga Internet brings warm Wind to wired Equipment Makers

11/20/2014 | By JEONG JIN-WOOK

At the competition of three common carriers over giga Internet investment, domestic wired communications equipment makers are spending a busy autumn. These companies are expected to continuously enjoy the benefits of giga Internet investment for two – three years in the future.

KT launched GiGA Internet, Korea's First Nationwide Gigabit Internet Service on Oct. 20

10/27/2014 | By NETMANIAS

KT is about to finally open 1 Gbps home Internet speed era, after a long period of speed stagnation at 100 Mbps - for more than 10 years since its 100 Mbps cyber apartment Entopia LAN service commercialization in early 2000, and 7 years since its 100 Mbps FTTH service launch in 2007.

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