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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 15:02:04 +0400 (AMT)
From: Hrant Dadivanyan
To: Karl Kurien
Currently in Armenia there are four stable (more or less) ISPs:
ARMINCO: 512kbit/s, with extra downlink 768kbit/s through interpacket.net
YERPHI: 256kbit/s, extra downlink approx 256kbit/s through "Direct PC"
All outgoing links are owned by Armentel Corp. which has monopoly
on telecommunications in Armenia. They have two channels: 2Mbit/s
to teleglobe.net and 512kbit/s to cw.net. But they don't provide
internet service to end-users (they are wholesale).
> Is there much involvement in the public and education sector ?
Number of end-users increased in last year at ARMINCO twice.
Approximately same progress is at YERPHI. INFOCOM users number
hasn't changed so much. ACC is new in internet and they have
about 100-200 customers.
There is project to connect all educational organisations to
internet and this project is in progress.
With best regards,
Hrant Dadivanyan (aka Ran d'Adi) firstname.lastname@example.org
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