Russia Connects The Submarine Fiber Cable For The South Kuril Islands

- Feb 27, 2019-

Russia Connects The Submarine Fiber Cable For The South Kuril Islands

 

The submarine cable from Sakhalin Island to the South Kuril Islands (called the four northern islands in Japan), which was laid by Russian telecommunications companies, was officially put into use on the 26th. The island residents will be able to use cheaper and faster Internet services.

 

Russia Connects The Submarine Fiber Cable For The South Kuril Islands


According to the Tass news agency, Russian telecommunications company president Osieevsky said at the launching ceremony of the day that under the framework of the federal target program to promote the socio-economic development of the South Kuril Islands, the company's submarine cable made 4 islands in the archipelago. The residential areas have achieved fiber access. Local residents can choose to enjoy unlimited Internet access at speeds of 50, 80 or 100 megabits per second, with a maximum transmission speed 21 times higher than before.

 

Oseyevsky said that Russia's large mobile operators have already proposed relevant requirements and plan to access the submarine cable project to improve local mobile communications and network quality. 

 

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