Italian Firm Wins Broadband Contract

Libya Herald reports that the Libyan International Telecommunications Company (LITIC) has awarded a €2.9-million contract to help improve Libya’s international broadband connectivity.

The contract was won by a joint venture between Milan-based technology company Sirti and the Libya Post, Telecommunications and Informational Technology Company (LPTIC), and is part of a project to increase Libya’s bandwidth to 500 gigabits per second.

Last year, Sirti and LPTIC won a contract for the "Next Generation Network Project", building a long-distance fiber-optic network in Libya.

(Source: Libya Herald)

(Broadband image via Shutterstock)

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