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TOWARDS AN ACCELERATED FTTH DEPLOYMENT IN MOROCCO

Recently Huawei presented, during the forum organized by Samena in Dubai on November 19, 2020, hybrid solutions using radio in the transport network, to facilitate the deployment of FTTH in certain places.   In all countries, telecommunications played a key role with the advent of the Covid19 crisis. All players in this sector have mobilized to successfully manage the traffic ... Read More »

FTTX access networks

By Nawfel Azami, fiber optic expert in Morocco Transmission technologies have evolved to integrate optical technologies even in access networks, and as close as possible to the subscriber. Fiber optic networks have established themselves as the transmission medium par excellence, due to their ability to propagate over long distances without signal regeneration, and because of their low latency and their ... Read More »

Sharing infrastructure within the framework of FTTH

In Morocco, the deployment of very high speed through optical fiber is provided by the three main operators via 4G technology or via FTTH. Very high-speed optical fiber access networks are in the process of partially or totally replacing existing local copper loops. Previously, optical fiber was initially deployed point-to-point. Today, with the advent of FTTH or Fiber to the ... Read More »

5G, phantasies!

For almost a year, social networks have seized the health crisis to make it their favorite subject. This topic is starting to get boring however, especially that we have the impression that behind every Internet user hides a potential doctor who refutes what some say or approves what others say. So as not to add to the outdated debate on ... Read More »

G-interview with Peter schultz

Mr. Peter Schultz, co-inventor of optical fiber, gave an interview to Lte Magazine (Khaouja) on the future of fiber optics (the original interview was conducted in English):  Lte magazine: currently, we transmit one hundred terabits per second over a single strand of optical fiber. Will we one day reach a theoretical limit of optical fiber that we can not exceed? Mr. ... Read More »

The search for unity is the engine of great physicists.

Unintentionally perhaps, science sometimes manages to unify phenomena which seem to be distant in appearance. Thus, at the beginning of the 1980s in the European Organization for Nuclear Research laboratories (CERN) in Geneva, the electromagnetic force, exerting its influence over relatively large distances, was unified with the weak nuclear force, force acting at the heart of the atomic nucleus and ... Read More »

My flight from Casa to Istanbul in November 2020

Traveling by air from Morocco to an international destination, as the Covid19 pandemic is underway, is not an easy task.   Indeed, after having made the decision to travel from Morocco to Turkey to attend a seminar, it was necessary to justify to the Moroccan authorities the reason for my trip, because tourist trips remain prohibited in the current economic situation. ... Read More »

Telecom players and efforts to meet demand without network congestion

A telecom network, regardless of the switching technology used, is generally not designed to normally carry traffic in crisis situations. Before the advent of packet switching and particularly in the 1980s, Erlang’s mathematical law was used to size a telecom network based on circuit switching. To protect networks from attempted calls, the criterion of “BHCA” was used. This criterion, defines ... Read More »

Internet giants, the big winners from the Covid-19 crisis

The coronavirus epidemic has affected revenues of all multinational companies, negatively or positively. During this pandemic, the internet giants (GAFAM) in particular have made themselves especially useful;  their products and services have become essential in our daily lives. As a result, their turnover grew positively and they were among the biggest winners in this time of crisis. They thus saw ... Read More »

Measures taken by Moroccan telecom players to avoid network congestion

By Youssef Diop (*). -Behavior of networks in Morocco during the lockdown period. As stated in this issue of Lte magazine, “International telecom players have been asked to step up actions to meet user needs, while avoiding network congestion”. A telecom network, regardless of the switching technology used, is generally not designed to carry traffic in crisis situations. A few ... Read More »

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