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Cuban telephone service
Cuba is replacing analogue telephone technology with digital services, as part of a strategy to improve telephony on the Caribbean Island.

According to executives from Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba S.A. (ETECSA), more than 130,000 phone lines will be digitalized in Cuba.

Technological conversion will involve both telephone lines and 242 plants throughout the country.

At present, 85 percent of Cuba's telephone lines are digital, although a lot of work has to be done to spread technical improvement to all corners of the country.

As part of the computerization of Cuban society, it is indispensable to have an optical fiber network as the foundation for data and voice transmission.

For that reason, experts are working on the installation of an optical fiber cable that will allow for better security and efficiency in data transmission.
24 May 2005 by admin
The Havana Journal

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