Timor-Leste launches national fibre network

Thursday 11 April 2019 | 11:17 CET | News
The Timorese government has launched a new national terrestrial optical fibre network, which aims to boost e-government services, reports Lusa. The installation of the network began alongside the construction of the national electricity grid with more than 600 kilometers of OPGW cables. The project is valued at USD 1.88 billion and foresees the interconnection between the substations of EDTL (Electricity of Timor-Leste) and the municipal administration buildings in the 12 municipalities. Also included is the connection between the municipalities and the data centres of the Prime Minister's

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Timor Telecom
Countries: Timor-Leste
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