Get to Fast, Faster: VDSL2 Vectoring Infographic
VDSL2 vectoring is a technology that significantly improves VDSL2 performance by cancelling interference/crosstalk between copper lines in a cable bundle. This challenge is one of the most significant factors limiting the achievable bit rate of VDSL2. With vectoring, VDSL2 can deliver fiber-like broadband (in excess of 100 Mbps) consistently and predictably. The infographic below explains the magic behind vectoring, and how Nokia has taken the lead in supporting the first real-world vectoring deployments.