A Pakistani mobile network operator has awarded Supernet Limited (“Supernet”) a significant telecommunications infrastructure development project.
The project, which is worth about PKR 150 million, entails the provision of optical fibre and accompanying equipment, as well as their deployment across Punjab. The entire length of the various segments that make up this project is around 140 kilometres.
Supernet has now completed 1,000 kilometres of optical fibre supply and deployment projects in Pakistan, which has been awarded by mobile network providers.
Head of Business Unit-Telecoms & Defense at Supernet, Ali Akhtar said: “We are excited to play our part in the expansion of telecommunications infrastructure in Pakistan and supporting the proliferation of communications and digital services by mobile network operators in the country. We are ever grateful to our customers for repeatedly trusting Supernet. The optical fiber business line is a relatively new endeavour for Supernet and the 1,000 kilometres mark is a testament to our capabilities and the springboard for further growth in this segment. This is a strong start to 2022 and we will strive to keep the momentum going.”
Supernet Limited, one of Pakistan’s leading telecommunications service provider and systems integrator, has been operating since 1995. Supernet offers a full portfolio of local-to-global integrated communications infrastructure solutions to Telecoms, Defense, Enterprise and Government entities.
Supernet’s “Connectivity” products and services include a broad spectrum of Wide Area Network (WAN) and Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) solutions based on satellite, fiber optics, microwave and radios. In recent years, Supernet has established its expertise in domains including cybersecurity, power, networking, and surveillance solutions as part of its “Beyond Connectivity” initiative thereby offering a richer portfolio of solutions and services to customers.