The HFCC/G.fast partners work with the G.fast standard resulted in the approval of the G.fast standard (G.9701) in December 2014.
During the project, deployment studies have shown that G.fast is both feasible and cost efficient for many use cases. TNO has made in-depth deployment studies for cities in the Netherlands with their developed analysis tool, GIANT. The close collaboration and combined work with standardisation has fuelled the development of G.fast prototypes and chipsets from ADTRAN, Sckipio and Telnet with additional product development by Marvell with G.hn (G.hn is the ITU standard for home network technology). In parallel with this development, test plans were made and trails have already been performed by several partners and by other operators.