It's not vectored so speeds will go down as traffic goes up. 35b VDSL, probably from Huawei, has been deployed in towns across Italy by Fastweb/Swisscom. Italy has no cable. If the telcos work together, the customer has to take what they offer. The government wants to prevent high prices by using the state-controlled electric company to build fiber. The politics are intense and mostly playing out behind the scenes.
Testing in Adtran labs confirms that speeds over 200 megabits are practical with vectored 35b. Speeds are similar to G.fast speeds from around 300 meters to around 450 meters, but much slower for shorter distances. G.fast is now routinely reaching 500-800 megabits, with a gig expected from the increased power and other changes almost ready.
35b uses frequencies from 2 MHz to 35 MHz. a total of 33 MHz. It's essentially an upgraded version of 17b, getting faster speeds from the increased bandwidth used. Telcos are making are choosing 35b because it's cheap, about $100/home passed if cabinets are in place.