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Supply issues, labour constraints delay NOFN project: Government
Jagran Post

Supply issues, labour constraints delay NOFN project: Government

New Delhi: Government's ambitious National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) project has been delayed due to supply constraints, problems in timely availability of labour and time consuming survey work for the laying of optical fibre, Parliament was ... Jagran Post, 20 hours ago
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Tasmania Mercury

National optic fibre network unlikely to meet Narendra Modi deadline

DoT says capacities need to be raised 30-40 times to keep March 2016 date
 DNA4 days ago DoT works on alternative approaches to complete NOFN by March 2016  Tele.net.in1 day ago PMO forces DoT to rethink strategy on broadband project  Hindu Business Line4 days ago ACCC chief backs plan to split National Broadband Network to boost competition  Individual.com1 week ago
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Angola Press

Centre to bring in private companies to speed up Rs 20.1k crore National Optic Fibre Network project [India Business] [Times of India]

[November 06, 2014] (Times of India Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) KOLKATA: The government has decided to bring in the private sector to speed up the Rs 20,100-crore national broadband project to connect the far-flung areas of the ...
 TMC Net2 weeks ago Angosat and submarine optical cable projects presented  Angola Press3 weeks ago Government to rope in private companies for NOFN project  Times of India3 weeks ago
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IBN Live

DoT pushing to finish broadband project roll out by March 2016

After missing several deadlines, the National Optical Fibre Network project, which aims to link 2.5 lakh village panchayats, may finally be ready by a year in advance at the instance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who wants it rolled out in early ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
NDTV

Government to Spend Around Rs. 33,000 Crore on Broadband in 3 Years: Garg

"Government will be spending approximately Rs. 33,000 crore in coming three years in these (National Optical Fibre Network, Government Users Network, etc.) programmes," Telecom Secretary Rakesh Garg said at an Assocham event. While government has already ...
 NDTV2 months ago Government to spend Rs.33,000 crore on broadband in 3 years  Prokerala2 months ago Govt to spend around Rs 33,000 cr on broadband in 3 yrs: Garg  Business Standard2 months ago Government to spend around Rs 33,000 crore on broadband in 3 years, says telecom secretary  Tech22 months ago

Rostelecom continues GPON network expansion in Yekaterinburg

Russian national operator Rostelecom has started the deployment of its fibre-optic network in the town of Tugulym in the Yekaterinburg region. Over 30 percent of households will be covered with the network over GPON technology, including 800 ...
 Telecompaper2 weeks ago Rostelecom expands network in Kemerovo, Oryol  Telecompaper17 hours ago Rostelecom expands FTTB network in Bryansk  Telecompaper1 week ago 'Rostelecom expands FTTB network in Bryansk'  Individual.com1 week ago
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Rostelecom expands GPON network in Yugra, Tyumen

Russian national operator Rostelecom has already covered over 10,000 households with its fibre-optic network over GPON technology in the town of Nyagan in the Yugra region. The network construction started there in 2011. The operator has also ...
 Telecompaper3 weeks ago MiMES Rostelekom : Rostelecom : expands GPON network in Yugra, Tyumen  4 Traders3 weeks ago

Govt asks Azteca to extend fibre network project

The Colombian government has requested that Azteca Communications add an extra 1,500km to the national fibre-optic network in order to connect additional municipalities, TeleSemana writes. The government has asked that the operator increase the ...
 TeleGeography4 weeks ago Safaricom plans 4G launch for 2015  TeleGeography2 weeks ago Safaricom : plans 4G launch for 2015  4 Traders2 weeks ago Safaricom plans 4G launch for 2015 [TeleGeography CommsUpdate]  TMC Net2 weeks ago

ZAYO GROU : inks deal with O2 for nationwide UK network; O2 moves to scalable fibre optic infrastructure with

London, UK - - Global Bandwidth Infrastructure services provider Zayo Group, LLC (" Zayo "), has been selected by telecommunications company O2 to provide and manage a fully resilient core fibre network throughout the UK . The nationwide fibre ...
 4 Traders1 month ago United Kingdom : Zayo inks deal with O2 for nationwide UK network [TendersInfo (India)]  TMC Net1 month ago Zayo inks deal with O2 for nationwide UK network; O2 moves to scalable fibre optic infrastructure with Zayo  TMC Net1 month ago
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Computer Weekly

Network Rail extends fibre network to rural broadband providers

Network Rail Infrastructure has asked Ofcom to grant it code powers to extend and improve its existing national fibre optic network for the benefit of other broadband and mobile network providers. Holders of code powers, as set out in section ...
 Computer Weekly4 days ago Network Rail Could Offer Wholesale Fibre Services To Telecoms  TechWeekEurope UK21 hours ago
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