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Rostelecom realizes a large-scale project in the EAO
Rostelecom is implementing a large-scale investment project to develop optical networks in the Jewish Autonomous Region (EAO). New networks are being built using MetroEthernet technology. As part of the project, copper cable networks are being replaced with modern fiber-optic ones. The project provides for one hundred percent coverage of new networks of all buildings of the housing stock with a height of 3 or more in the city of Birobidzhan, and subsequently all regional centers of the Jewish Autonomous Region, reports the correspondent. APR PRESS with reference to the company's press service.
The use of MetroEthernet technology allows Rostelecom customers to receive qualitatively new, unique services and services: high-speed Internet with a bandwidth of up to 100 Mbit / s, High-quality interactive TV, the ability to watch TV channels in HD format, the function of deferred viewing and rewinding of programs, as well as connections several TVs in one apartment.
The project has been implemented since 2009. Birobidzhan became one of the first cities in the Far East, where the construction of an optical network based on MetroEthernet technology (“optics to the house”) began.
“Today 90% of apartment buildings in Birobidzhan are already connected to the optical networks of Rostelecom,” comments Valery Ginevsky, head of MCTET-3 of the Khabarovsk branch of Rostelecom. - Nowadays, dot development is underway. We connect new buildings and houses on the outskirts of the city to optical networks. "