by Arthur Yernjakyan
Rostelecom has launched a 40Gbs network in Yerevan.
According to Rostelecom's press service, the network is supposed to provide the company's individual and corporate customers with stable high-speed Internet access. The network is based on technologies by Extreme Networks, one of the world's networking leaders.
Rostelecom's subsidiary in Armenia, GNC-ALFA, also has a 20GBs MPLS1 network connecting all branches of corporate customers.
Rostelecom's GPON2 network covers 19 cities and brings optical fiber to every home. The company offers a wide range of services to a majority of Armenian providers, commercial banks and government agencies.
Rostelecom started up in Armenia in late 2012 through its subsidiary, GNC-ALFA. The company provides Internet, fixed telephony and IP television services. Its fiber network covers almost 80% of Armenia's territory and is connected with Iran and Georgia.