Vodafone Starts Offering FTTH Services in Ghana

Vodafone Ghana has decided to deliver and expand its high speed broadband services in the country. The operator will utilize next generation networks that primarily rely on fiber optic communication technologies. More than 1000 homes and 20 housing communities across Ghana will get connected to the Vodafone Fibre–To–The-Home Broadband services. The steps taken by Vodafone in Ghana shows the company’s intention to provide consumers the enhanced communication services delivered through the latest telecom technology using optical fibers. While providing higher broadband speeds the Fiber optic technology contributes to the growth…

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Maroc Telecom Starts Offering Fiber Optic Broadband Services

Morocco’s incumbent telecom operator, Maroc Telecom (IAM), has announced the launch of a new fiber optic package across major Moroccan cities. The high speed internet service packages are now available in Rabat, Casablanca, Mohammedia, Marrakech, Tangier, Fez, Meknes, Temara, Kenitra, Oujda, and Agadir. Maroc Telecom (IAM) starts offering fiber optic broadband services after it had concluded successful trials in Casablanca and Rabat. According to the Maroc Telecom (IAM), there are two packages available to it’d broadband subscribers; one with 50 Mbps, and one with 100 Mbps. Customers can also choose…

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First Phase of AP Fibre Grid Will be Ready by July

The first phase of the Fibre Grid Project in India’s southern state of Andhra Pradesh is progressing as per plans and is scheduled for completion by the end of July 2016. News from India says that the ambitious project for broadband connectivity in the state has been already identified by the central authorities as a model that can be adopted by other states for fiber deployment. The first phase of the project aims yo deploy 16,000 kilometers of aerial fiber optic cables. The whole project needs around 22,500 kilometers of…

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Megacable Deploys FTTH in Queretaro

Leading Mexican cable operator, Megacable Communications says they have invested around US$50 million for the deployment of optical fiber cable and accessories to build FTTH infrastructure in the north-central state of Queretaro. Megacable will deliver telephony (VoIP) and pay-TV (IPTV) services using the optical network. Megacable plans to offer high-speed broadband services to its subscribers over the FTTH network. Broadband connections of up to 200 Mbps to more than 118,000 users in the capital Santiago de Queretaro is on the cards. The operator will soon provide services to more than…

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TelEm Brings FTTH to Indigo Bay Houses

TelEm Fibre and Indigo Green Development signed an agreement on Thursday, for the phone company to install state-of-the-art fibre optic technology to luxury Green Homes in Indigo Bay TelEm Fibre is a branding offshoot of the TelEm Group. The agreement between TelEm Fibre and Indigo Green Development has been weeks in the making and will start with the connection of 25 homes to a brand new fibre optic network that will eventually span the entire Dutch side of St. Maarten. TelEm Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Brian Mingo signed the agreement…

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