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In June, the fiber-optic cable will be laid from Sakhalin to Magadan along the bottom of the Sea of Okhotsk
In May, a specialized ship will depart for the start of work, and in June it will begin laying the cable from Sakhalin to Magadan along the bottom of the Sea of Okhotsk, the government’s press service informs Magadan region. This became known at a meeting of the leadership of the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation with the Governor of the Magadan Region Vladimir Pecheny during a working trip to Moscow.
The total length of the canal will be more than 1 km. Telecommunications companies estimate that this distance is four times shorter than the land route. “The maximum throughput of the future fiber-optic line is 8 Tbit / s. This will be enough to solve the problems of the slow Internet in the Magadan region and to solve the problem of digital inequality for the Kolyma residents, ”Vladimir Pechenyi stressed.
Also at the meeting, the Governor of the Magadan Region discussed a project for the construction of mobile communications along the federal road Kolyma. "Preliminary solutions have been found, and in the near future, we will work with the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation and begin the first stage of providing the road with a connection. This is a key issue of safety and comfort for travelers and motorists, "said Vladimir Pechenyi.