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Orange Upgrades Long-haul Networks Using Nokia Photonic Control Plane

Orange has completed the migration of its long-haul networks in France and the rest of Europe and Asia to software controlled Photonic Control Plane network using the solutions provided by Nokia. The French Operator, Orange, and Nokia announced the successful full migration of the Long-Distance network in a press release published in the former’s website. A photonic control plane networks…

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Sparkle Expands Reach in Colombia with a New PoP in Bogota

Telecom Italia’s global operations wing, SPARKLE had expanded its fiber optic networks in Bogota, Colombia. The new PoP provides high-speed internet connectivity and confirms Sparkle as one of the main providers in the Americas and first global Tier-1 backbone in Latam. Sparkle is the first international service provider in Italy and is one of the top ten global operators. Sparkle…

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FTTH Council Europe Conference 2019 Begins Today in Amsterdam

The 16th edition of FTTH Council Europe Conference will begin soon in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The event organized by the FTTH Council Europe is one of the most active chapters of FTTH Councils The event attracts more than 3,000 visitors from around 96 countries. Event date: From 12 March to 14 March March 12: Workshops March 13 and 14: Seminars,…

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Telus Plans Fiber to Nanaimo and Lantzville

The residents and business community in Nanaimo and Lantzville are excited to welcome Telus fiber optic broadband to their neighborhoods. The Canadian telecommunication service provider, Telus announced an investment of $75million to expand its optical fiber networks to these two areas. With current investment of $75million, Telus intends to cover around ninety percent of Nanaimo, Lantzville, Snuneymuxw First Nation and…

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