Russian mobile operator Megafon has expanded its fibre optical backbone network in the Republic of Northern Ossetia, reports Cnews.ru. 30 base stations of the operator have been connected to the fibre network running along the route from the town of Mozdok to Prokhladny. Mobile internet services have become available for 40,000 residents in the town of Mozdok.
The capacity of the line connecting Mozdok and Prokhladny totals 10 Gbps.
Megafon has already deployed 100 kilometres of backbone fibre optical lines and more than 150 kilometres of city fibre optical lines in Norhtern Ossetia. The deployment of the lines also forms a part of its preparation for the launch of LTE services there.
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