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Prysmian Launches Cables Made of Recycled Plastic Material

Prysmian has launched the first fiber-optic network with cables made from 90% recycled plastic materials that have a record reduced diameter. The innovative solution — to be used by KPN in a pilot project — allows major savings in the use of raw materials and reduced CAPEX. Prysmian, in a press release, announced its support to the Dutch operator KPN…

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Nokia to Deploy AirScale 4G Base Stations at Over 1,400 Sites in Azerbaijan

Nokia today announced that it has expanded the 4G footprint of the Azerbaijan-based mobile operator, Azercell Telecom, with the installation of its AirScale 4G base stations at more than 1,400 sites across the country. Nokia’s AirScale Radio Access solutions will provide Azercell with high-speed mobile connectivity to cater to increased demand as well as providing a clear migration path in…

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South Korean Airport Railroad Express Selects juniper MX Series Routers and EX Series Switches

South Korean Airport Railroad Express (AREX), a commuter railway connecting South Korea’s international airports to its capital city, has selected Juniper Networks’ solutions for its upgrade to a modern all-IP based communications network. AREX is South Korea’s first domestic railway to feature an all-IP based communications network that integrates wired and wireless networks, enabling efficient network deployment as well as…

ElectroniCast’s Outdoor Free Space Optics Market Forecast (2019-2029)

Worldwide Commercial Use of commercial terrestrial FSO Transmitter/Receivers Reached $19.56 Million in 2019 and forecasted to reach $363 million in 2029.    September 18, 2020 – ElectroniCast Consultants, a leading market and technology research consultancy addressing the optical communications industry, today announced the report release of their 10-year (2019-2029) global market forecast and analysis study covering the outdoor use of…

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Nokia Digitalizes Global 5G Network Deployments

Nokia has digitalized 100 percent of its 5G network deployments around the world, bringing high-quality, agility, and transparency to customers globally. Through the use of digitalization, machine learning, and automation, Nokia is simplifying the deployment of the network infrastructure, accelerating both time-to-market and return on the 5G investment (ROI) for operators.

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Bolivia Gets First Submarine Fiber Optic Cable

Bolivia inaugurates it’s first submarine fiber optic cable, thus enabling faster, reliable connectivity with the rest of the world. By deploying this cable, Bolivia is now able to reduce its dependency on foreign wholesale telecommunication service providers for connectivity to a greater extent.