Korean telecommunications company KT won a contract worth 53 billion won ($47 million) in Philippines.
Under the contract, KT will be responsible for the construction of fiber-optic networks in the northern region of Luzon, the largest island in Philippines, for local Internet service provider Converge ICT Solutions.filling compound for optical fiber loose tube
The project is part of Converge's plan to deploy a fiber optic network nationwide.PVC pellets for cable
Philippines is made up of about 7,000 islands. The speed of the Internet is sporadic and scattered depending on the region. The company hopes to overcome this problem through fiber-optic access.
KT said that the required cable length of 1,570 kilometers, covering 53 million residents of Luzon, the cable will be deployed in urban areas and major highways.optical fiber loose tube filler
In addition, KT said it has built 5,500 kilometers of cable outside of South Korea, such as Myanmar and Bangladesh, and will provide construction and optimization services for the Philippines.aluminum overhead conductor grease