Brazil invites metro network operators for Norte Conectado project

Wednesday 21 April 2021 | 14:33 CET | News
The invitation from Brazil's National Education and Research Network (RNP) for telecom providers interested in the implementation of metropolitan networks as part of the 'Norte Conectado' programme is open until 30 April, reports Teletime. Companies will be selected for the construction, sharing and maintenance of metropolitan networks in the municipalities to be served by 13,000 km of sub-fluvial cables by the end of 2023.

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