October 15, 2019

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Lebanon’s government has approved an advance worth LBP150 billion (USD98 million) from the treasury to state-run telco and internet provider Ogero, to finance part of the imminent national fibre-optic network development project estimated to cost USD300 million overall, reports Lebanese website BusinessNews.

As Corning continues to gain the upper hand in the large carrier fiber market, like Verizon’s One Fiber initiative, the vendor has set a course to accelerate optical sales to $5 billion by 2020.

Verizon's plans to build out an expansive fiber network has driven Prysmian—one of the telco's main suppliers—to initiate a $15 million expansion of its plant in Lexington County, South Carolina.

Operator officially announces appointment of Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem as chairman and CEO

Il s'agit de la première expériementation de cette ampleur dans une zone résidentielle au Liban.

Over 800 residential units and commercial establishments at a real estate development in Jordan will enjoy high-speed connectivity and triple-play services from telecom operators after the deployment of an FTTH project by R&M.

Everywhere, high-speed broadband has become a necessity and a way to distinguish between territories - both for the general public and for businesses. Operators, governments, local groups, and investors alike are working to bring super-fast connections to as many people as possible, or even for everyone.

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