Leading Aramid yarn manufacturer Teijin Limited had announced the expansion of its manufacturing capacity of Technora® para-aramid fiber by 10%. The capacity increase will be done at Teijin’s Matsuyama Factory in Japan. Construction of the facility begins this June at a cost of 1.5 billion Japanese Yen and the operation is slated to begin from October 2017.
Sri Lanka’s incumbent telecom service provider Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) says it has covered every corner of the country with telecommunication networks. Sri Lanka Telecom started its ‘i-Sri Lanka’ project in 2011 and within four years was successful in connecting remote locations of the country also to the national networks.
Philippines-based Telecommunications provider Globe Telecom (Globe) invests a majority of its 2016 capital expenditure of $750-million to install fiber optic cables. Globe intends to install high-speed fiber-optic communication lines to 20,000 communities all over the country. This expansion is necessary to make the telecommunication provider competitive in the market.
India’s Leading fiber optic cable manufacturer, Sterlite Technologies has bagged a smart city project in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. The contract entails the creation of a Wi-Fi City with applications such as smart parking and lighting.