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Tele2 got much more than a cableco when it bought Com Hem

Back in 2017, Faultline and a room full of TV types were frankly flabbergasted at the honesty of a presentation from Com Hem, whereby the Swedish operator proudly wore its badge of the country’s worst performing service provider. This was only the case because Com Hem had since transformed its fortunes – risking it all by bringing in a number of advanced networking technologies, and finally at this week’s Cable Congress there was an update from the operator in what will likely be for the very last time. Com Hem recently fell victim to Nordic consolidation with its takeover by Swedish telco Tele2 completing in November 2018. Rasmus Aveskogh, Chief Architect at Tele2 and the same man who delivered the…

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