Swedish Operator A3 Taps InCoax's in:xtnd to Deliver Gigabit Broadband Access

Swedish Operator A3 Taps InCoax's in:xtnd to Deliver Gigabit Broadband Access Image Credit: InCoax

A condominium association in Vasastaden in Stockholm that since 2013 uses InCoax's previous product generation, in collaboration with A3, chose InCoax's new in:xtnd solution with speeds of up to 2.5 Gbps in existing coaxial networks.

The order is worth 104 kSEK and will be delivered during the month of September. InCoax has previously delivered solutions to A3. In:xtnd provides the next-generation smart and sustainable networking solutions to the world’s leading telecom and broadband service providers.

The customer and the planned installation represent a typical customer case where a tenant-owner association with the help of InCoax's new solution in:xtnd, wants to upgrade their bandwidth in a cost-effective way with minimal impact on the residents and the property. A great advantage of in:xtnd is that it can reuse existing coaxial cables and avoid having to pull new cables or fiber to the respective apartment.

Hakan Rusk, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, InCoax
We are very pleased that A3 has chosen to proceed with this first sharp installation of our latest product in:xtnd and have hopes for more similar projects in the near future.

Andreas Rix, Head of Corporate Sales, A3
We at A3 see this as a huge opportunity to improve the situation for many tenant-owner associations around the country. 

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