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الخميس، 18 يوليو، 2013

ايران مستعدة لتزويد العراق بإنترنت نظيف Iran ready to provide Iraq with clean Internet

 نقلت وكالة أنباء مهر الإيرانية عن نائب وزير الاتصالات السلكية واللاسلكية حسين مظلومي قوله أن: إيران مستعدة لتزويد العراق بـ "الإنترنت النظيف", ولم يحدد المسؤول وضعية شبكة الانترنت النظيف.

وقال مظلومي: توصل البلدين لإتفاق لتوسيع البنية التحتية لتعزيز العلاقات والاتصالات السلكية واللاسلكية.

وقال انه تم تأسيس خط انترنت بين العراق وأرمينيا عبر إيران بسعة 200 غيغا بايت، مضيفا أن مشروع ربط خط انترنت للعراق مع تركيا عبر ايران جاري تنفيذه.


Iran is ready to provide Iraq with a 'clean Internet'; the Mehr News Agency quoted Iranian deputy telecommunications minister Hossein Mazloomi as saying. The official did not elaborate on the clean internet.

The two countries have reached an agreement to expand their infrastructures to boost telecommunication ties, Mazloomi said.

A 200 gigabyte Internet line has been established between Iraq and Armenia via Iran he said, adding that connecting Iraq with Turkey via Iran is being implemented.

More than 45 million people are using the Internet in Iran, IRNA reported In April, citing data released by the National Internet Development Centre.

The Internet penetration factor reached 60 per cent in the past Iranian calendar year which ended on March 20, 2013. The number of Internet users in the year which ended in March 2012 reached 32.7 million.

The number of GPRS users amounts to 27.5 million, accounting for 36 per cent of total Internet users in Iran. Some 867,000 people are using high speed Internet and about six million are using the Internet via an optic fibre network.

Since 2005, Iran has been developing its national Internet to improve control over its content as well as speed. The project which is separate from the World Wide Web, was scheduled to be completed by 2013. This network will be separated from the rest of the Internet specifically for domestic use.

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