The fiber-optic network project of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is rapidly evolving and will promote trade, tourism and information technology (IT) development in the region.
The 820-kilometer cable from Red-Krap to Rawalpindi cost US$44 million and has already spent US$28.3 million. The Ministry of Planning and Development of Pakistan recently revealed that the project will be completed in December 2018, but may be completed ahead of schedule.polyester water blocking yarn
It is reported that the fiber optic network project under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor aims to connect with many major cities in Pakistan. The project will play a key role in providing 3G and 4G services in Gilgit Baltistan, especially when establishing alternative international links between Pakistan and China and the rest of the world, in line with existing services in other parts of the country.filling compound for optical fiber cable
In essence, the project also helps to increase primary income, promote trade, tourism and IT development in the region, create economic and employment opportunities for locals along the deployment area.filling compound for optical fiber loose tube