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First ADSL2+ Full IP Triple Play Service

Samsung Electronics and Versatel announce the successful launch of the first ADSL2+ full IP triple play service (TPS) network in the world. In the Netherlands, Samsung realized this fast next generation network for communications network operator Versatel that is able to offer the first triple play service through ADSL2+ to the Dutch market, now. A state of the art ADSL2+ network can provide services with speeds up to 24 Mbps. In this case, ADSL2+ enables Versatel to offer much faster and richer multi play services than providers using regular ADSL networks. Raj Raithatha, Chief Executive Officer of Versatel, stated: "Versatel is the first Dutch operator that provides multi media services over ADSL2+. Our ADSL2+ network has given us the necessary bandwidths to transmit television, video, telephony and internet services through a single copper line, thus giving Versatel a leading role in the introduction of new multi play services in the Netherlands. Given the tight time frame and the innovative character of the services, Samsung has proven to be a dedicated and reliable partner in the roll out of ADSL2+ in the Netherlands".

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