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Globe to Deploy Fiber Optic Networks in Binondo

Philippines based Globe Telecom said that it has signed an agreement with the city government of Manila to deploy fiber optic broadband technology in Binondo, which considered to be the oldest Chinatown. Globe’s rollout will provide faster internet connectivity to the residents and businesses in the town with speeds of up to 1 gigabits per second.

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Iran Aims for a Major Overhaul of Broadband Networks

The ICT Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that his government is looking to boost internet connections in the country to a minimum of 20 Megabits per second within the next five years. The Minister, Mr. Barat Ghanbari says that the scheme will be backed by an investment of USD15 billion, half of which will go to the…

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Tunisie Telecom to Buy Major Stakes of Malta’s GO

Tunisian telecommunication operator Tunisie Telecom has finally decided at its board of directors’ meeting to enter the capital of the GO (former Maltacom), which is the mobile operator of Malta. Tunisian Telecom will buy shares of GO, that will enable the operator to have 60% of the GO’s stake, which is currently held by Emirates International Telecommunications (EIT), a subsidiary of Dubai Holding sovereign funds.

QSFP+ Direct Attach Cable (DAC) Cables – Optimal Solution for 40G Interconnect 1

QSFP+ Direct Attach Cable (DAC) Cables – Optimal Solution for 40G Interconnect

40G DAC cable provides a cost-effective solution for high-density network connectivity. In today’s blog, we are going to focus on some basic information about 40G direct attach cables.

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AiNET Expands Fiber Network to Pennsylvania Avenue

In a press release the US based data center solutions provider AiNET, which is serving in Washington DC announced it’s plans to expand fiber optic networks in 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue. AiNET has around 10,000 miles of Fiber optic routes throughout the Central Business District of Washington, DC. AiNET’s Fiber Network Provides the Numerous Private Entities, Non-Profit, Government and Intelligence Agencies in the Heart of Washington With Access to a Secure, Low-Latency Fiber Optic Network and Reintroduces Competition in the Marketplace.

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Copper and Optical SFP Modules

SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable) is a compact, hot-swappable, input/output device used in data communication and telecommunications networks. SFP interfaces between communication devices like switches, routers and fiber optic cables, performing optical and electrical signal conversion. There are many copper an optical SFP transceivers based on different GbE physical layers, such as Cisco 1000BASE-T SFP-GE-T and 1000BASE-SX SFP MGBSX1.