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TTK launches new backbone in Sakha

Friday 21 December 2012 | 16:59 CET | News
Russian operator TTK has completed the backbone connecting Yakutsk and Tynda in Sakha republic. The capacity of the around 1,000 km backbone totals 40 Gbps.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: TTK
Countries: Russian Federation
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