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.
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.
India based broadband services provider Connect Broadband has partnered with Huawei to create Fiber Connected Smart homes. Under this partnership program, renowned builders and architects were invited to witness the benefits of FTTH technology over legacy technologies and were provided with technical know-how on deploying fiber cables in buildings at the time of construction.
Boston-based Pioneer Consulting, a leading international submarine cable consulting firm said it has supervised the relocation of two shore-ends for the telecommunications service provider Dhivehi Raajjeyge Gulhun Plc (Dhiraagu) on its Dhiraagu undersea cable system (DSCS). Company officials said they worked with Dhiraagu of Maldives and its entire team to ensure that the DSCS system continues to serve the people of the Maldives. Dhiraagu has worked hard to develop a solid telecom infrastructure to support the continued economic growth of Maldives.
Italian utility company, which has made its entry into fiber optic broadband, Enel has tabled a formal offer to buy fiber optic company Metroweb, two sources close to the matter said on Thursday. Reuters News reports the latest movement by Enel, that will have implications in the Italian telecommunication market.
Pakistan and Tajikistan will have soon digital connectivity over fiber optic cables passing through Afghanistan. The Central Asia-South Asia 1,000-megawatt (Casa-1,000) power supply project, in which fiber optic cables will also be laid along with electricity transmission lines will pave the way for connecting the two countries. The digital connectivity proposal by laying fiber optic cable along with the electricity…