PTCL and China Telecom Global Sign MoU to Establish Optical Fiber Network

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) and China Telecom Global (CTG) have marked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which will make it feasible for foundation of an optical fiber arrange that will gone through numerous underserved regions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan.

The MoU was marked by Mr. Sikandar Naqi, Chief Business Development Officer, PTCL and Mr. Donald Tan, Executive Vice President Network Operations, China Telecom Global at a function held as of late at China Telecom Global Headquarters in Hong Kong.

Talking on the event, Mr Sikandar Naqi, Chief Business Development Officer, PTCL stated, “This is an essential turning point in our computerized network joins. Our continuous coordinated effort speaks to a key advancement which will make various business chances of shared enthusiasm including IP data transmission, limit on Submarine Cables and foundation of optical fiber link (OFC) joins.”

The MoU will empower PTCL to send another OFC interface associating China by means of Gilgit to Rawalpindi and Peshawar from where it is associated with the PTCL national OFC spine. The joint effort will empower China to stretch out bearer availability to Pakistan and additionally neighboring nations.

At present, PTCL’s optical fiber arrange stretches out till Chitral and Kohistan Districts of KPK. PTCL has forceful arrangements to extend the link system to Gilgit through two unique courses. An optical fiber connect exists amongst Besham and Dassu. The broadened PTCL OFC connection will interface Gilgit to Rawalpindi and Peshawar from where it is associated with the PTCL national OFC spine.

This cooperation will permit Chinese bearers to build up network to neighboring nations through PTCL’s earthbound OFC connection and significant European goals through PTCL’s built up submarine links framework including SEA-ME-WE-3, SEA-ME-WE-4, IMEWE and AAE-1 which offer to a great degree low idleness contrasted with the current arrangements.