Share Russian telco Comstar has started constructing a Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) network in the city of Novocherkassk (located in the Southern Federal District), offering end-users speeds of up to 100 Mbps.
Construction of the network started near the Cheremushki residential district of the city, and Comstar reportedly aims to connect about 3,500 apartments. There are estimated to be around 180,000 inhabitants in the city of Novocherkassk.
“The strategy of our company regional development includes both acquisition of regional operators and building of their own communication networks in promising cities," said Viktor Koresh, General Director of CJSC COMSTAR-Regions. "In case with Novocherkassk, we considered network building to be the best option.”
Over the past year, Comstar has commissioned several new networks based on FTTP technology, and launched an extensive upgrade of the existing infrastructure in various cities in the Souther Federal District.
These projects include: a network upgrade covering 40,000 subscribers in Astrakhan, commenced in September 2010; a network upgrade covering 30,000 subscribers in Taganrog, commenced in August 2010; and the commercial launch of an FTTB network in the city of Krasnodar in June 2010, covering more than 9,500 households in seven large areas of the city.
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