Optical fiber in the Yvelines, already down?
|2014/07/31 13:08:19||日常 | fiber optic lighting|
We talk for a long time, but the optical fiber only come with the locals.
The Broadband78 association decided to move to the next level by raising the Yvelines and Yvelinoises forehead..
The CG 78 may waive the "100%" fiber-A force rub pioneers RIP, you almost forget that all elected officials do not have the same conviction pegged to the body. Thus, Antoine Darrodes alarmed by the defection of the Yvelines department whose "100% fiber optic" folder was already being examined at NSF.
The new president of the council, Pierre Bedier, elected head of the CG78 in April 2014, so do more like "fiberize" all rural municipalities in the department but rather to make a catch-up ADSL speeds.
Whether you are a private area or public area, it takes on average 4-5 years of work, from the start of preliminary studies. A detailed timetable will be established with each intermunicipal and based on common urban problems and road improvements.
Toussus Le Noble is in a private area, or an operator will handle the deployment of fiber between 2015 and 2020. Operators may provide fiber Toussus are on Orange and SFR. View recent merger in the telecom world, there could see a change in the deployment of fiber in our village.
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For information, the optical fiber input Toussus concerns only the airport and businesses. The NRA serving the town and the houses opposite the site of the airport, more homes are connected to this day by the ADSL network or cable operator Numericable.
The cable is hope for Finland
|2014/07/31 13:03:39||日常 | optical fiber|
The establishment oa fiber optic cable under the Baltic Sea will allow Finland to expand its industry by providing an environment for data centers.
The installation of a cable under the Baltic Sea offers great opportunities for Finland
Many data centers are located in Finland to take advantage of the favorable conditions offered by this northern region to cool all of their servers. Finland has seen happen on its soil companies such as Google and Microsoft in recent years. In general, it's all the Nordic countries have major advantages for hosting data centers. They guarantee a cold climate, expertise and an open policy for their projects.
However, in the struggle between Finland to other Nordic countries, Finland has just passed an important milestone. A fiber optic cable will indeed be installed in the Baltic Sea directly linking Finland and Germany. Data centers will therefore find directly related to the center of Europe without passing through neighboring countries and therefore competitors.
In addition, the economic issue is important for Finland that would see the country's industry grow and jobs created after the fall of the company Nokia. "Our goal is not just to host these centers. It is to create jobs around them," says Carl Wideman, director of Invest in Kainuu.