Brazil launches first phase of 100 Gbps fibre project in Northeast

Friday 9 August 2019 | 16:16 CET | News
Brazil's Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications, in partnership with the National Education and Research Network (RNP), has launched the first phase of the Ciencia Conectada programme, which will expand the broadband infrastructure using optical fibre in the North and Northeast regions. The academic internet network is expanding its speed from 10 Gbps to 100 Gbps, benefiting federal universities, federal institutes and research units, in addition to fostering economy and local development. 

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