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29 November 2012
China Telecom Europe (CTE) is helping bring connectivity to Central Asian countries after extending its network to Kyrgyzstan.
The subsidiary of China Telecom plans to follow this up by
extending its network to Turkmenistan before the end of the
The move will help bring international connectivity to the
Central Asian region, allowing greater access to markets
Ericsson has been revealed as sole supplier for Finnish operator DNA’s 4G roll-out in the country.
Tata Communications has expanded its global footprint by signing an agreement with Turkish operator Turkcell for improved connectivity in the region.
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Monaco Telecom has entered a partnership with Space Systems International Monaco (SSI-Monaco) to support its new satellite telecoms services business
Pakistan is located at the crossroads of south Asia, central Asia, China and the Middle East. Bordering Afghanistan, China, India and Iran, as well as the Arabian Sea to the south, it represents the fulcrum of a regional market with a vast population, large and diverse resources, and untapped potential for trade.
International carriers and players are increasingly looking to Turkey as a hub for traffic between East and West. Gareth Willmer looks at the market and the wider Eurasia region's potential as a transit point.
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