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Boosting NIN Performance In a move to boost Iran’s National

The Telecommunications Infrastructure Company has invested 4 trillion rials ($16 million) in the project aimed at empowering the National Information Network
Boosting NIN Performance In a move to boost Iran’s National Boosting NIN Performance In a move to boost Iran’s National

Information Network, materialize a digital economy and expand the country’s communication infrastructure, the first phase of a major database has been launched in Bumehen, east of Tehran. 
The inaugural event on Sunday was attended by Minister of Information and Communication Technologies Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, the head of the Telecommunications Infrastructure Company, Hamid Fatahi, and the secretary of High Council of Cyberspace, Abolhassan Firouzabadi, along with several legislators and senior officials, IRNA reported.
Speaking at the event, Jahromi said the Telecommunications Infrastructure Company has invested 4 trillion rials [$16 million] in the project, which is aimed at empowering the National Information Network.
NIN was launched in August 2016 as an alternative independent network with content compatible with Islamic values. It is reportedly designed to facilitate Iranian users’ access to indigenous content.
Giving more details on the spending, Jahromi noted that 2 trillion rials ($8 million) have been invested for developing the NIN’s core, increasing the network’s capacity to 20,000 gigabits per second.
In addition, four Internet Exchange Points have been installed in the database.

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