Iran to become Internet service provider by next March
- Iran: Tuesday, December 18 - 2012 at 00:41
Iran has said it will be promoted to an Internet service provider to other countries after the first phase of the Europe-Persia Express Gateway (EPEG) becomes operational by the end of current Iranian year (ends March 20, 2013), Fars news has reported. "The EPEG is a communications highway which links Europe to Eastern Asia and once this project is officially inaugurated, Iran will be upgraded to Tier2 level (Internet service provider) from the current Tier3 level (Internet service consumer)," said the deputy head of infrastructure communications co, Mehdi Karimi Neyestani. EPEGs' bandwidth will hit about 3.2 Tbit /s and its length will reach 6,000km, he said.
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