Du connects Torch Dubai Marina

Tuesday 5 July 2011 | 15:32 CET | News
UAE operator Du has connected the world's highest residential tower, The Torch Dubai Marina, with telecom services. The Torch Dubai Marina has 84 floors (above ground) and 687 apartments, and stands 345 metres tall. Du used 1,346 metres of optical fibre cables to cover the building and bring fixed telephony, TV and internet the residents. In addition to the fibre-to-the-home services, Du offers full mobile coverage.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Du
Countries: United Arab Emirates
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