Rostelecom builds broadcast infrastructure in North Ossetia

Thursday 14 November 2019 | 15:12 CET | News
Russian national operator Rostelecom has started work on the deployment of infrastructure for the state-owned TV transmission operator RTRS in the republic of North Ossetia. The national operator will deploy fibre-optic lines to 32 premises of RTRS; 14 objects will be connected by the end of this year and 65 km of fibre lines built.

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Companies: Rostelecom
Countries: Russian Federation
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