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High-speed Internet has become available to Bauntovskiy Evenkiskiy district
High-speed Internet has become available to Bauntovskiy Evenkiskiy district
21-08-17 13:31
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On August 20 in Vitimskaya High School a teleconference Romanovka - Ulan-Ude - Moscow was held within the opening of the first phase of the fiber-optic communication line.


Direct online communication from Romanovka village was conducted by Alexey Tsydenov, acting in lieu of the Head of Buryatia, Larysa Makshanova, deputy director of the Buryat branch of PJSC Rostelecom, and Nikolai Kovalev, the head of the Bountovskiy district; Andrei Zdarov, the director of the Buryat branch of PJSC Rostelecom was online from <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Ulan-Ude</st1:place></st1:city>. Vladimir Verkhovtsev, Director general of Atomredmetzoloto, welcomed colleagues from <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:city w:st="on">Moscow</st1:city></st1:place>.

"Rostelecom pays special attention to the wiring of the fiber-optic network to the regions of Buryatia as part of the program to eliminate the digital divide, just this year more than <st1:metricconverter productid="1,500 kilometers" w:st="on">1,500 kilometers</st1:metricconverter> length network was laid. The Internet will be available to all remote areas as Bauntovsky and Okinskiy districts", Alexey Tsydenov, acting in lieu of the Head of Buryatia, said.

Alexey Tsydenov noted that now it would be necessary to bring the Internet to every home and all social facilities. "Now it's more about local authorities’ work, I hope that there will be the Internet in houses and the library. It will be necessary to connect the paramedic and outpatient clinic too", Alexey Tsydenov said.

Residents of the remote northern region have been waiting the high-speed Internet a very long time. The absence of the Internet was one of the most urgent problems of Bountovskiy district.

According to Andrey Gladyshev, "Khiagda" Director General, opening of the first line of fiber-optic communication lines is the result of well-coordinated work of the State and business representatives.

"In March, Alexey Sambuyevich came to see our working process and met Vladimir Verkhovtsev, the head of Atomredmetzoloto, the protocol, providing high-speed Internet access, had been signed right there and the project was implemented in less than 5 months later. The project timing is a kind of a miracle. This is an indicator that both representatives of the state and representatives of business trust each other and cooperate", Andrey Gladyshev said.

Rostelecom is implementing a large joint project with the uranium mining company Khiagda JSC to build a fiber-optic communication line in Bauntovskiy Evenkiskiy and Eravninskiy districts of the republic. The total amount of investments is 122.9 million rubles, 41.3 million rubles of which is the contribution of Khiagda JSC. The total length of the new route will be <st1:metricconverter productid="218 km" w:st="on">218 km</st1:metricconverter>. Rostelecom has already constructed <st1:metricconverter productid="127 km" w:st="on">127 km</st1:metricconverter> of the fiber-optic communication line with a capacity of 10 Gbit / s, which runs from Sosnovo-Ozerskoe through Shiringa, Gunda, Isinga and Romanovka settlements. The end point of the new optical communication line will be the enterprise of JSC "Khiagda". The operator plans to build the remaining <st1:metricconverter productid="91 km" w:st="on">91 km</st1:metricconverter> of the fiber-optic communication line from the <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:placetype w:st="on">village</st1:placetype> of <st1:placename w:st="on">Romanovka</st1:placename></st1:place> to the Khiagda JSC ore mine this year by the end of September.

The construction of a fiber-optic communication line along the Sosnovo-Ozerskoe-Romanovka-Khiagda production site is part of the state-owned Rosatom Corporation and the government of Buryatia cooperation agreement. It was signed at <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:city w:st="on">St. Petersburg</st1:city></st1:place> by Alexey Tsydenov and Alexey Likhachev, CEO of Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation, within the framework of the 21st  International Economic Forum.

According to the statistics of the Ministry of Transport, Energy and Roads Development of Buryatia, 19 out of 21 rural district centers now have access to the Internet by means of the fiber-optic communication lines in the republic. Wired broadband Internet access services are provided in 207 localities, including Ulan-Ude, with 806,800 inhabitants.








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