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Rostelecom launches fibre backbone in Sakha

Thursday 13 February 2014 | 17:39 CET | News
Russian national operator Rostelecom has launched services on the fibre-optic backbone line connecting Tynda and Yakutsk in Sakha republic. The 1,056-km, 80 Gbps link is based on DWDM technology and required an investment of RUB 264.7 million. The capacity can be expanded to 3.2 Tbps in future. The new backbone increases the capacity of telecommunications links in Yakutsk, Aldan and Neryungri, as well as Nizhny-Bestyakh, Kachikatsy, Nizhny-Kuranakh, Bolshoy-Khatymi and Yengra.

Categories: Fixed
Companies: Rostelecom
Countries: Russian Federation
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