The Ogero building in Beirut, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Ogero boss Imad Kreidieh showcased the company's expanding fiber-optic network from Bshamoun Thursday.Kreidieh said there were 36 active cabinets in Bshamoun, benefitting up to 10,000 people.According to the report, BMB Group is working in the Chouf, Aley and Nabatieh; Serta Channels in Beirut, Metn, Kesrouan, Jbeil, south Lebanon and the Bekaa Valley; and PowerTech in north Lebanon.In addition to Hamra, Ashrafieh and Mar Elias, Ras Beirut, Nabatieh, Khaldeh, Halba, Bohsas, Broummana, Baabdat and Deir al-Qamar will see fiber-optic connections, he said.He said 2019 will see connections to Beiteddine, Mukhtara, Batroun, Tripoli, Mina, Jeita, Barja, Jbeil, Zouk Mikael, Hazmieh, Adlieh, Sidon, Akkar al-Atiqa, Bint Jbeil, Qobeiyat, Marjayoun, Baalbeck, Zahle, Chtoura, Bir Hasan, Mina al-Hosn, Jal al-Dib, Jdeideh, Sin al-Fil and Tyre.
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