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Nokia and KPN test 25G PON at Rotterdam Veterinary Hospital | VanillaMore

November 23, 2022 at 02:42 Posted By: Janmesh Chintankar Espoo, Finland – nokia announcement KPN demonstrated broadband speeds of 20 Gbps in a field test with the Caress Rotterdam Veterinary Hospital. High-speed connectivity is increasingly important in veterinary medicine where high-resolution images must be accessible in the cloud. Symmetrical speeds …

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Towards the adoption of new technologies in the telecom sector, by Zeenat Sambo

Telecommunication It is gratifying that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has ordered MTN and Airtel to immediately reverse their data rate plan hike, which they had recently implemented on their respective networks. MTN and Airtel subscribers suddenly realized that the operators had started a new data rate plan which was …

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How to choose and find a broadband provider

With so many different broadband providers to choose from, it’s not always easy to determine which one is best for you. In this guide, we explain how to find a good broadband provider for you and what to look out for when deciding which one to choose. How to find …

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Orange launches the first African 5G network in Botswana

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 11 (Reuters) – French telecommunications group Orange (ORAN.PA) on Friday launched a new 5G network in Botswana, a first step towards rolling out high-speed data offerings to other markets in the Middle East. East and Africa, the leaders said. After the initial launch in Botswana, Orange’s 5G coverage …

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Federal government announces $7 million for project bringing clean, broadband power to Kivalliq

New November 8, 2022 – 3:43 PM EST Five Kivalliq communities will benefit; first infrastructure project linking Nunavut to southern Canada Arviat, pictured in this file photo, along with Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet, Rankin Inlet and Whale Cove as well as the Meliadine …

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HGC, AMS-IX and IGC Launch New Internet Exchange in Bangkok, Thailand

HONG KONG, November 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — HGC Global Communications Limited (HGC), a full-fledged ICT service provider and network operator with extensive global coverage, AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange), the world’s leading Internet exchange (IX) and International Gateway Company Limited (IGC), a neutral regional provider of telecommunications and network services, today …

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CS Owalo picks digital highway as key priority

The Cabinet Secretary for ICT and Digital Economy, Eliud Owalo, has put the start of the digital highway project and the laying of an additional 100,000 kilometers of the national fiber optic network at the top of his list of priorities. While taking over from his predecessor Joe Mucheru, the …

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Fiber Broadband Association and Wireless Infrastructure Association Join Forces to Strengthen Broadband Workforce Development

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) and the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) announced today that they have entered into a Collaborative Workforce Development Agreement to advance the education and training of essential workforce for the broadband communications industry. With $42.45 billion in BEAD (Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment) funding for …

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‘PPP Key for Telecom Infrastructure Deployment’ – New Telegraph

Based on the huge financial need for the deployment of telecom infrastructure, Group COO, WTES Project Ltd, Chidi Ajuzie said the only way forward was to encourage public-private collaboration . He said that the PPP was a catalyst for the development of telecommunications infrastructure, saying that investments in such infrastructure …

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WHY THE GLOBAL MOBILE INDUSTRY MUST PAY ATTENTION TO AFRICA

This industry view was written by Waheed Adam, Mobile Ecosystem Forum Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), a company specializing in mobile industry information, predicts that Africa will have 120 million new mobile subscribers by 2025, bringing the total number of subscribers to 615 million (50 % of the region’s …

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Giganet plans 500 jobs with rollout across Hampshire

More than 500 jobs are expected to be created as an internet service provider prepares to deliver super-fast fibre-optic broadband to more than 114,500 Hampshire homes. Giganet launched a £125m network build project this summer and will connect properties in phases over the next 18 months. It will cover homes …

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$20 million fiber optic internet upgrade project to increase speed and connectivity in rural Wood Buffalo

Fiber optic services are being installed by smaller businesses in southwestern Ontario (iStock – image credit) Construction workers kicked off this week in January, Alberta on a $20 million internet upgrade project in six Wood Buffalo communities. For years, residents of rural Wood Buffalo have struggled with limited internet access, …

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Why only a few profit from the burgeoning digital revolution

Southwood is well placed to write this history. As CEO of Balancing Act, a consultancy and research organization, he has been a keen observer of Africa’s telecommunications, internet and media industries for over two decades. It draws from its own substantial archive of research and newsletters, supplementing it with 137 …

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Broadband company 4th Utility celebrates five years with new jobs Prolific North

Broadband company 4th Utility is celebrating its fifth anniversary by announcing plans to drive growth and create jobs. The fiber optic broadband provider was established in October 2017 and is planning a week of celebrations that includes discussions of exciting plans for the future. Over the past five years, key …

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Roke Telkom Uganda Fiber to the Home Internet Plans and Prices 2022

Roke Telkom is one of the leading internet connection providers in Uganda. One of the services the company offers its customers is Roke Fiber to the Home (Roke FTTH): an Internet connection delivered via fiber optic lines directly to their homes. Using fiber internet is a great option if you …

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Fiber rollout in the UK lags far behind developed countries and needs ‘more ambition’ to compete globally

A new Omdia index has ranked the UK 53rd in the world for fiber development, with the US a distant second at 23rd. UK network infrastructure was ranked lower than other countries in the report due to inconsistent ‘full fiber’ coverage across the country, as well as other metrics such …

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Sterlite Technologies aims for the top 3 in the world fiber optic market

NEW DELHI : Sterlite Technologies Limited expects to spend approximately ₹800 crore on FY23-24 on capex as it expands fiber and optical cable manufacturing capabilities amid heavy infrastructure spending by telecom operators starting to roll out 5G services from next month. The Vedanta-owned company aims to enter the top three …

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Landlines were not usable for most Nova Scotians during Fiona

Many Nova Scotians seeking to call for help or communicate with family when post-tropical storm Fiona slammed into the region over the weekend were simply unlucky, even those who have landlines. Anne Camozzi, who lives alone just outside Antigonish, N.S., and uses a wheelchair, said at the height of the …

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JAS shareholders approve acquisition of AIS

People use their smartphones at the Victory Monument, Bangkok. (File Photo: Pattarapong Chatpattarasill) Jasmine International Plc (JAS) shareholders have approved an agreement under which Advanced Info Service (AIS) Plc will acquire its subsidiary Triple T Broadband (TTTBB), a fixed broadband operator, and purchase 19% of the Jasmine Broadband Internet Infrastructure …

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Pullampara in Kerala has become the first fully digital panchayat in India

The Pullampara Panchayat in Kerala’s capital, Thiruvananthapuram, has become the first “fully digital panchayat” in India. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan made the official announcement on Wednesday, adding that Pullampara has become a role model for the country. തിരുവനന്തപുരത്തെ പുല്ലമ്പാറയെ രാജ്യത്തെ ആദ്യ ഡിജിറ്റൽ പഞ്ചായത്തായി മുഖ്യമന്ത്രി പിണറായി വിജയൻ പ്രഖ്യാപിക്കുന്നു#digital literacy #pullampara …

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Six Nations move closer to high-speed internet

The high-speed Internet of the future is at the doorstep of Six Nations. On October 3, the first part of a long-awaited fiber optic installation project will go live. First Nations Cable owner Jeff Thomas, who spearheaded the project, said the installation of the fiber optic cable will see Six …

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Broadband Internet for the Bellarine

Crews have started installing 35km of fiber optic cable from central Geelong to Drysdale and Queenscliff. The project aims to provide high-speed Internet access to community, educational and research facilities on the Bellarine Peninsula. The work is a partnership between the City of Greater Geelong, Deakin University and the Australian …

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Fiber Optic Cable Market Gains Impressively with 14% CAGR, Witnessing Vast Demand Worldwide Through 2029, Predicts Accuracy Consultancy

The fiber optic cable will be used by the new UW photonic detection facility for seismic detection and glaciology Luton, Bedfordshire, UK, Sept. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Accuracy Consultancy, the market research and advisory wing of Improve Digital Consultancy Private Limited, has completed and published the final version of …

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Dialog Fiber connects Prestige Tower with latest fiber optic technology – Adaderana Biz

Dialog Enterprise, the enterprise ICT solutions arm of Dialog Axiata PLC, recently deployed its fiber optic solution at Prestige Tower, Colombo 3. Dialog has connected the entire development to its super-fast broadband network and offers world-class Gigabit connectivity to provide a multi-sensory experience for all residents and visitors. Occupants of …

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CBT creates a new high-speed Internet backbone in the region

Reliable high-speed internet is no longer a luxury in any part of the world. In most cases, it is considered a basic necessity to obtain services and knowledge in order to participate in society. So when the backbone of the broadband network in the Slocan Valley was expanded, the power …

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The Government of Canada announces combined federal-provincial funding of nearly $1.9 million to provide high-speed Internet access to 663 rural homes in British Columbia

OTTAWAON , September 6, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Today, the Honorable Gudie Hutchings, Minister of Rural Economic Development, along with Patrick WeillerMember of Parliament for West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country, announced nearly $1.9 million in combined federal and provincial funding for two CityWest projects to bring high-speed Internet access …

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You Broadband provides a really affordable 200 Mbps plan

One of the most economical 200 Mbps plans is provided to users in India by You Broadband, the fiber division of Vodafone Idea. Your broadband can be a great option if you’re looking for a plan that gives you fast internet while keeping your costs under control. One thing is …

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Retiring young: How to turn a $50,000 TFSA or RRSP into $950,000

Image source: Getty Images Canadian TFSA and RRSP investors can take advantage of a simple investment strategy to build a large retirement fund using relatively small initial investments. The market correction now offers investors a great opportunity to buy the TSX’s best dividend-paying stocks at low prices. Compositing power Owning …

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India 5G race will be between Reliance and Bharti Airtel: Sanjay Kapoor

The push for India’s first 5G spectrum may intensify, but rollout plans in the country are still “one big maze”, according to a former CEO of Indian phone company Bharti Airtel. Speaking to CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” on Wednesday, Sanjay Kapoor, who is now an independent analyst, said Indian mobile …

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Excellent financial result after major strategic Superloop moves

Superloop is an Internet service provider and network operator with nearly 900 kilometers of carrier-grade fiber optic networks. It operates in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Pacific Islands and the United States of America. In fiscal 2022, the company acquired the Exetel business, which added 110,000 residential and business customers …

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CCED strengthens telecommunications in camps in central-eastern Oman

Muscat: CC Energy Development (CCED), in conjunction with Omantel, has provided 4G GSM services through its most recent telecom infrastructure upgrade in its operating blocks. This upgrade includes a 60m high telecommunications tower and fiber optic cable to the camp facilities located in east-central Oman. The construction of the tower …

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The global Microduct cable market was worth USD 992.15 million in

New York, Aug. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Microduct Cable Market – Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Competition, Opportunity, and Forecast, 2017-2027” – https: //www .reportlinker.com/p05916953/?utm_source=GNW Microduct cables are small plastic pipes that subdivide the interior space of the pipe into smaller compartments …

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EPB Launches America’s First Community-Wide 25 Gig Internet Service

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — EPB has launched the nation’s first community-wide 25 Gbps Internet service to be available to all residential and business customers over a fiber optic network with symmetrical download and upload speeds. Through a partnership with Hamilton County and the City of Chattanooga, the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Convention Center …

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Why Pittsburgh’s Meta Mesh Wireless Communities Chose It For Its New Name

Meta Mesh Wireless Communities has seen its share of changes in just a few months, from new leadership to an injection of grants. Now it’s getting a new name to go along with an expanded approach to bringing the internet to underserved communities. Founded in 2015, the Allentown-based organization has …

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Virgin Media O2 UK lays the foundation for faster download speeds

Broadband ISP Virgin Media (VMO2) appears to be laying the groundwork for faster download speeds and latency (ping) times, which comes after a growing number of the provider’s customers began reporting the activation of the first DOCSIS 3.1 channels for upstream. on their HUBs. Currently, Virgin Media has already deployed …

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MCSnet fiber construction brings the world to rural Athabasca

Construction of more infrastructure will extend to high-speed internet in Colinton, Grassland and Boyle ATHABASCA — Soon, small communities like Colinton and Grassland will have access to a new form of fiber optic Internet. At the Athabasca County Council meeting on August 9, Heather Starosielski, Director of Business Development for …

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City of Olds Announces Agreement with Two Companies to Expand and Update O-NET

FourNetworks Inc. and Nation Fiber Corp. expand and improve service in Olds and rural and northern areas OLD — The Town of Olds announced an agreement with two companies for the “management and expansion” of O-NET. O-NET is a municipal company that provides high-speed Internet, telephone and television services. Last …

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Google “steals” user location data

According to the Australian Associated Press, in a legal battle with Australia’s competition watchdog, Google agreed to pay a $60 million fine. This is because the tech giant is collecting misleading users about personal location data. In April last year, the Federal Court of Australia found that Google breached consumer …

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Joint Service Center Halts BharatNet Fiber Maintenance as Dues Rise

The current rollout will accelerate in the coming months through “more efficient use” by partners such as telecom operators and internet service providers, he added. Synopsis CSC is a special purpose vehicle set up by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology under the Companies Act 1956. BharatNet is a …

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Homes and businesses in Belfast enjoy the best broadband coverage in the country

New figures from Ofcom show that in January 155,838 properties – or 93% of land area – could access “superfast” broadband, with speeds of 300MB/s or more. This means Belfast is one of just 24 local areas where 90% of properties can access superfast broadband. This represents an increase from …

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Expectations as Rector Arimanwa Activates WiFi Network in Federal Polytechnic, Nekede – (Read Through) – 9News Nigeria

9News Nigeria From Princely Onyenwe, Abuja Federal Polytechnic Nekede stands on the threshold of history as the institution’s clever rector, Engr. Dr. Michael Arimanwa FNSE, last Friday, August 5, 2022 celebrated the start-up ceremony of a robust Wi-Fi network in the school, collected by 9News Nigeria. The launch of 24-hour …

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Leq’a:mel First Nation receives $89,000 to develop fiber optic network

Businesses on Leq’a:mel First Nation reserve lands will get a much-needed boost to internet stability after receiving an $89,000 grant to develop a fiber optic network and put upgrade the hardware. The Leq’a:mel Development Corporation (LDC) is one of 16 recipients this year of grants from the Canadian Internet Registration …

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Improved high-speed internet connections made available to residents in the south of the country

People living between Jaffray and Roosville can now connect to the internet faster thanks to 60 kilometers of high-speed fiber optic cable installed in the south of the country. Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) officials said ISPs can connect to this regional backbone to provide enhanced services to customers. “Affordable, reliable, …

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Australia must do more to secure the cables that connect the Indo-Pacific

In January, Britain’s defense chief Tony Radakin warned that Russian submarine and submarine activity posed a direct threat to undersea cable systems. There is speculation that Russia could cut the cables if it escalates the war in Ukraine further. In July, the former head of Mauritius Telecom accused the country’s …

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The global fiber optic market will be driven by technological advancements during the forecast period 2021-2026

Expert Market Research’s new report titled “Global Fiber optic market size Report and Forecast 2021-2026′, gives an in-depth analysis of the global fiber optic market, assessing the market based on its segments such as fiber types, cable types, applications and major regions. The report tracks the latest industry trends and …

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Phase3 Telecoms partners with YahClick to provide broadband services

Phase3 Telecoms, one of the independent providers of aerial fiber optic network infrastructure and telecommunications services in Africa, has partnered with YahClick (powered by Hughes) to offer high-speed satellite broadband services and world-class low latency to underserved Nigerians. The company said that as a result of this partnership, satellite broadband …

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A cut fiber optic telephone and internet cable in Western Hawaii

An hour-long telecommunications outage that affected much of western Hawaii on Tuesday was caused by a fiber optic cable being accidentally severed by a construction company working in South Kohala. The line went down around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, disrupting cell phones, traditional landlines, the internet and the broadcasting capacity …

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Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit highway project to receive US$150m in arm

The Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit highway development project is set to receive a US$150 million bullet in the arm. This is after the Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group approved the funds in Kenya to support the project. The funds were approved under the East African country’s government’s First …

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Work begins on submarine fiber optic cables for Gabriola Island and other coastal communities

Work has begun on a project to improve Internet access in coastal areas of British Columbia, including Gabriola Island. According to a Connected Coast Project press release, the $45 million undertaking will include work to lay an “undersea fiber optic cable” starting at Gabriola Island and moving north to Campbell …

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TM targets 58% fiber optic coverage in Sabah by 2025

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) will accelerate its fiber rollout in Sabah, targeting a minimum of 145,000 premises to be connected over the next three years from 2022 to 2025, reaching 58% fiber coverage in the state. “TM has invested more than RM1.1 billion in capital expenditure (capex) in …

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OPENREACH DEPLOYS FULL-FIBER BROADBAND TO 45,000 ISLE OF WIGHT PROPERTIES – Island Echo

The likes of BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Vodafone are going up against WightFibre as Openreach announces it will roll out full fiber broadband to 45,000 homes and businesses across the Isle of Wight. Ryde, Bembridge, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor, Niton, Freshwater, Newport and Wootton Bridge will all benefit from the major …

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Ministry of Railways to cancel priority policy for telecom operators – Newspaper

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Railways has decided to rescind a policy approved by the federal cabinet governing the right-of-way (ROW) for the installation of telecommunications infrastructure, a move that could increase the cost of installing internet cable in areas affected. The 2020 Public and Private Rights of Way Policy Directive, approved by …

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Netflix ISP Speed ​​Index for June 2022

Nearly 10 ISPs in North America, Europe and Asia recorded performance of 3.8 Mbps for the month of June on the Netflix ISP Speed ​​Index, our monthly ISP update providing the best experience of Netflix prime time streaming. In North America, Telus – Fiber Optique in …

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Telecom Ministry sets priority works to resolve service issues

On July 8, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications presented an overview of deficiencies related to mobile and internet connectivity nationwide, with a focus on gated residential communities, and established a list of priority works to remedy to the problem. The three-page notice comes after years of complaints and categorizes …

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SaskTel posts net profit of $104.4 million in 21-22 annual report

SaskTel exceeded its net profit target in 2021-2022. In its annual report released Thursday, the state-owned company said it had net income of $104.4 million in fiscal year 21-22. His goal for the year was $100 million. However, the company’s net profit last year was $26.4 million lower than in …

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Fiber Optic Cables Market by Application Clinical Chemistry and Immunoassay, Vaccination and Industry Forecast, 2030 – Brits in Kenya

The global fiber optic cable market was rated at $8,316.2 million in 2020 at US$21,456.71 million by 2027, at a CAGR of 14.5% from 2021 to 2027. Fiber optic cables contain strands of glass fibers inside an insulated casing. They are designed for long-distance, high-performance telecommunications and data networks. Compared …

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RRSP Investors: 2 Highest Total Return Stocks for Building Retirement Wealth

Image source: Getty Images Canadian savers are looking for the best stocks to add to their self-directed RRSP portfolios. The TSX correction over the past few months is finally giving investors a chance to buy the best Canadian stocks at undervalued prices. Enbridge Enbridge (TSX:ENB)(NYSE:ENB) generated a 20% earnings gain …

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Ready to experience ultra-fast fiber broadband?

Check out the latest broadband deals from Virgin Media Have you ever felt frustrated when your WiFi loses connection at the worst possible moment? Or when you sit down to stream the latest show and it takes a while to load. Well, we went there too. But we deserve better. …

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Iskratel tests its new generation Combo PON OLT with Telekom Slovenije

The path for the critical upgrade of fiber optic networks to next-generation PON broadband has been facilitated by the successful trial of the Iskratel Lumia C16 for Telekom Slovenije, the national telecommunications operator in Slovenia. Iskratel also announced that its compact Combo PON (XGS-PON and GPON) optical line terminal (OLT) …

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Fixed wireless technologies and their suitability for broadband broadcasting

As state and local governments and their partners plan to invest billions of dollars in federal funding to build broadband infrastructure, choosing the best technology will have significant long-term implications. Federal policymakers have addressed this topic to some extent: for example, the Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) Program Notice …

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K-FON will be an Internet service provider as well as an infrastructure provider | Kerala News

Thiruvananthapuram: Government of Kerala would assume the role of Internet Service Provider (ISP) also when Kerala Fiber Optic Network (K-FON) becomes functional. Even though the government’s original plan was to act only as an infrastructure provider (IP), it has now applied for the license to also be an ISP from …

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Broadband market that ‘makes no sense’ tests UK upgrade targets

The UK has almost 5 million homes with more than three choices of ultra-fast fiber optic broadband, while 10 million homes don’t have a single option, according to an analysis that highlights the inequality of internet infrastructure in across Britain. While some parts of the country enjoy high internet speeds, …

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Expanding broadband access is a digital infrastructure priority of governments across the country

There are also many broadband initiatives at the provincial level, many of them in partnership with the federal government. The Ontario Connects program aims to connect all regions to high-speed internet by 2026. Last summer, the province’s announcement said the nearly $4 billion plan was “the largest single investment in …

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LITE ACCESS ANNOUNCES SALE OF AMEC CUTTING & CORING LTD. AND CHANGE OF DIRECTORS

VANCOUVER, BC, June 13, 2022 /CNW/ – LITE ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES INC. (there “Company“) (TSXV: LTE) (OTC: LTCCF) announces that it has sold its non-core business, Amec Cutting & Coring Ltd. (“Amec”), to its former owner Tony Curkovic (the “Purchaser”) pursuant to the terms of a share purchase agreement dated June …

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MTN deploys 100,000 km of terrestrial fiber in rural communities

MTN Group said yesterday that it had rolled out a total of 100,000 kilometers of terrestrial fiber footprint across its market operations in a bid to extend affordable broadband services to underserved communities. MTN Group Consumer Executive, Enzo Scarcella, who revealed this, said it was part of MTN’s multi-pronged approach …

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New Grants Advance Matawa First Nations Fiber Optic Project

Over 1,000 kilometers of fiber are being installed as part of the ongoing Rapid Lynx initiative THUNDER BAY — New funding of $63 million from the federal and Ontario governments will allow Matawa First Nations to begin the next phase of a long-haul fiber optic network connecting member communities northeast …

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3 firms are looking to lay fiber optic lines in Byo

BULAWAYO CITY COUNCIL BY SILAS NKALATHREE companies have applied for permission from the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) to install underground and overhead fiber optic lines throughout the city. The three companies are Bandwidth and Cloud Services Group, Dande Mutande and DFA Open Access Network. “Applications were received from the three …

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I’m furious after workers dug up my driveway WITHOUT my permission

A FARMER was horrified to discover workers digging his driveway to install new internet cables without his permission. Chris Partington claims contractors for broadband provider Gigaclear caused £10,000 in damage by destroying the tarmac and smashing his running water pipe. 6 Farmer claims Gigaclear workers dug his driveway without his …

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Federal government spending $55 million on Xplornet and Rogers rural fiber plans in NB

The federal government is spending $55 million for two companies to install high-speed fiber optic internet access to connect about 11,000 homes. Toronto-based Rogers Communications Inc. will receive part of the funding, while Woodstock-based Xplornet Communications Inc. will receive another part. No breakdown was provided on how much each company …

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Australia 5G Modems – What are the best options?

5G is the fastest speed for home internet – but which modem is best? Connecting your home or office to the fastest internet speeds possible can be a top priority for many Australians. 5G has made this goal much more attainable, as the successor to 4G. So read on with …

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Transmission of single-mode laser light at average power in kilowatts over a hollow-core fiber at the scale of one kilometer

Zaeh, MF, Moesl, J., Musiol, J. & Oefele, F. Treatment of materials with revolution or technological evolution at a distance? Phys. Procedure 519–33 (2010). Article on Google Scholar Ads Beyer, E., Mahrle, A., Lütke, M., Standfuss, J. & Brückner, F. Innovations in high power fiber laser applications. In proc. SPIE …

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5G technology is rolling out in Sundre, Carstairs

Wireless technology touted as a major upgrade that will provide Sundre and Carstairs residents and businesses with faster, more reliable service SUNDRE/CARSTAIRS — The deployment of Rogers’ 5G network which now reaches Sundre and Carstairs will not only increase the overall coverage area for residents and businesses, but will also …

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As Russia invades Ukraine, cyber warfare is a decisive part of the battlefield Global Voices русский Français

Image courtesy of Giovana Fleck On January 3, 2022, Microsoft noticed unusual activity from two Microsoft Exchange servers: sending a large amount of data to IP addresses. The investigation revealed that the attackers, later identified as Russian hackers, used a vulnerability to Microsoft to steal the entire contents of several …

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PRRD feels pressure on rural telecommunications needs

Directors of the Peace River Regional District say they are feeling pressure from residents, the province and the federal government to improve rural internet and cellphone coverage, following discussions about establishing a connectivity service for so many Directors of the Peace River Regional District say they are feeling pressure from …

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2 in 3 UK households can get gigabit broadband, says Ofcom

Share UK households looking to get faster home broadband have received a welcome boost, with new figures from Ofcom revealing that two-thirds of households can now subscribe to gigabit broadband. Gigabit broadband is the fastest home broadband available and offers speeds of at least 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) – …

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Tanzania opens its doors to 5G investments

By Alex Nelson Malanga Dar es Salaam. The government is now ready to allow investment in trials of the 5th generation (5G) network – the fastest ever – as efforts gear up to grow the digital economy. Minister of Information, Communications and Information Technology, Mr Nape Nnauye, who tabled his …

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The telecommunications industry attracts $6.1 billion in FDI in less than 4 years

ISLAMABAD: The telecommunications industry attracted $6.1 billion in foreign direct investment between July 1, 2018 and March 30, 2022, Federal IT and Telecommunications Minister Syed Aminul Haque said. On the occasion of “World Telecommunications and Information Society Day”, the Federal Minister of IT said that the number of active mobile …

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Theft, vandalism affecting rural cell force, suppliers insist

A senior manager at Mandeville Regional Hospital said the facility was having issues with cell and data service. (Photo: Kasey Williams) Poor cell reception and a weak signal in rural communities spell disaster in an emergency. In fact, some rural Jamaicans say it’s something they’ve wanted for some time. On …

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