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Qatar Telecom Begins Fiber-to-the-Home Roll Out

WASHINGTON, August 31, 2010 – Qatar Telecom announced that it has begun its fiber-to-the-home network.

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WASHINGTON, August 31, 2010 – Qatar Telecom announced that it has begun its fiber-to-the- home network. The firm plans to roll out a 100 megabits per second nationwide network with VOIP, or voice over internet protocol, and television service over the next three years. The new network will be one of the first FTTH networks in the Middle East.

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Telecom Act Boosters at INCOMPAS Summit Urge Broadband Boost and Net Neutrality Revival

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WASHINGTON, August 31, 2010 – Qatar Telecom announced that it has begun its fiber-to-the- home network. The firm plans to roll out a 100 megabits per second nationwide network with VOIP, or voice over internet protocol, and television service over the next three years. The new network will be one of the first FTTH networks in the Middle East.

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Funding Should Focus on Fiber, and Deployment is Critical to Improving User Experience

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WASHINGTON, August 31, 2010 – Qatar Telecom announced that it has begun its fiber-to-the- home network. The firm plans to roll out a 100 megabits per second nationwide network with VOIP, or voice over internet protocol, and television service over the next three years. The new network will be one of the first FTTH networks in the Middle East.

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Smaller Internet Providers Were Instrumental to Fiber Deployment in 2020, Says Fiber Broadband Association

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WASHINGTON, August 31, 2010 – Qatar Telecom announced that it has begun its fiber-to-the- home network. The firm plans to roll out a 100 megabits per second nationwide network with VOIP, or voice over internet protocol, and television service over the next three years. The new network will be one of the first FTTH networks in the Middle East.

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