Much to the relief of the communication derived border populace along the Indo-Bangla stretch of the international border, the Bharat Sanchar Nigam limited (BSNL) is planning to increase its network along the international border for which the permission to lay the optical fibers will be sought soon after the completion of road development project.
“At present, the development of roads along the international border is still going and BSNL will be getting the permission from the National Highway Authority of India, (NHAI) and state PWD for laying of the optical fiber once the road construction is constructed,” said BSNL Chief General Manager, Kamal Kumar Saxena on the sidelines of the of the Enterprise Customers meet held at Hotel Pinewood on Wednesday.
“BSNL will only then be able to increase its network along the international border as well,” Saxena added.
Stating that the data volume has increase from 4 TB per day to TB per day, Saxena further informed that BSNL will be setting up 56 new mobile towers in the state for increasing its network throughout the state.
On North East, the Chief General Manager said, “We have increased the bandwidth connectivity drastically through PDICL links to the national capital, Guwahati and Kolkata for providing high speed circuit for internet connection and other requirements.
“This will help them to participate in the development of the Northeast especially Mizoram, Meghalaya and Tripura,” he added.
He also informed that the BSNL is trying to provide all facilities required by the various State Governments through the NEC.
On the occasion of world telecom day, the BSNL had organized a meeting with the enterprise customer in order to fulfill their requirement of bulk data requirement.
The theme of this year celebration is “Data for Big Impact” and the BSNL is trying to meet the demand for more data in the difficult region of the Northeastern region.