Nokia has always been in the business of connecting people, and it is doing a great job there. Nokia and Japanese network provider Energia Communications (EneCom) signed an agreement to deploy its G.fast fixed ultra-broadband access technology across the Japan. EneCom is Nokia’s first customer for this kind of technology that will be able to sell it and deliver its customers fibre like high-speed internet over copper cable in short distances. Nokia’s Bell Labs developed this technology, which can achieve speeds up to 10 Gbps on a single copper pair. This is ideal for those customers that otherwise would not be able to use high-speed internet in their homes.