Fiber Optic News 2015 March 11

Kelowna, West Kelowna being strung with fibre optic lines He’ll be notifying you that your home is about to be fitted with fibre optics, and it’s free, safe and painless. The Telus truck will come and workers will … Liquid Telecoms in $150m expansion In Zimbabwe, it will also finance ongoing Fibre-to -the-Home builds in … The power utility plans…

Fttx News 2015 March 11

MTN SA talks FTTH Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) is a crucial part of MTN’s business, which – like all mobile operators – is seeing a shift from traditional services such as voice… ToledoTelhas deploys Calix 844G GigaCenters As part of its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) project, ToledoTel is utilizing the 844G GigaCenters to offer broadband to its device-enabled subscribers over. Gigabit broadband services on…

Fiber Optic News 2015 March 10

VEC Adding 45 Miles of Fiber Optic Cable to NEK The project will also install 45 miles of new fiber optic cable between Island Pond, Bloomfield, and Canaan. “This is an exciting project for VEC. Alliance Fiber Optic Products Inc. (AFOP) is Trading Lower on Unusual Volume for March 09 Alliance Fiber Optic Products Inc. ($AFOP) experienced unusually high volume…

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Fiber Optic News 2015 March 9

Power Grid gets the nod for four investment proposals worth Rs 1481.00 crore The third investment approval is for the establishment of the Fiber Optic Communication System in the Northern Region under Fiber Optic Expansion Project … China reveals the ‘Internet Plus’ plan to modernize and go cloudy … and Internet service over a single broadband connection and accelerate the…

Fiber Optic News 2015 March 8

Telus spending $75 million to upgrade broadband services Nearly 50 per cent of Telus commercial and residential customers in Kelowna now have state-of-the-art fibre optic service available, thanks to a … Regional independent Internet providers question $227-million broadband plan “They want to build fibre optic transport facilities throughout southwestern Ontario,” he recently told Lambton County council. “We’re saying this already…

Saudi Arabia Builds Security System with Fiber Optic Cables

The state establishments are looking for means to reinforce the security measures to protect their interests. Saudi Arabia is suddenly very alarmed at the vulnerability of their long borders with Iraq and Yemen. For generations the main border problem was smugglers. Authorities recalls that since the 1990s the number of smuggling cases have been increasing. Smugglers have started trafficking hard drugs such as cocaine, heroin to Saudi Arabia. Fiber optic cables have been laid to connect border posts and security check points