ISLAMABAD: In harmony with the ongoing boom in the country’s telecom sector, Islamabad is all set to become South Asia’s first city to have fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) solution to deliver a full range of high bandwidth triple play (voice, video and data) services.
FTTH would make customers’ life simple and offer a one-stop shop for all telecommunication needs. The unlimited capacity of fiber allows super high quality voice, video, data and Internet services, plus applications like home security, home automation, and videoconferencing. The state of the art fiber optic technology will provide customers with possible great new advantages, such as distance learning, teleworking, and telemedicine. The scalability, security, reduced maintenance and extended life of FTTH makes it the most “future proof” of all communications infrastructures.
A Youngster jumps into a watercourse to beat the heat … Go take a leap :)
Environment-friendly golf cart provides a welcome service to the old and feeble visitors to Daman-i-Koh resort …!
A mirage is visible on Islamabad Highway as the twin cities experienced another hot day
Cattle grazing on the dried up bed of Rawal Lake few days back :)
CDA worker spreads manure in a green belt prior to fresh seasonal plantation …!
A sketch of the resort CDA is developing at Rawal Lake … looks good in plan naaa :)
A proud moment for us all indeed!
Relief Information Systems Earthquake Pakistan (RISEPAK) has been given the prestigious Stockholm Challenge Trophy for the world’s most innovative Information and Communication Technology (ICT) project.[Read More]
Imam-e-Kaaba Dr Saleh bin Abdullah bin Homaed told the Friday congregation at the Faisal Mosque that the strife being spread by the international media and other means of communication was more dangerous and worse than terrorism and extremism.
He told hundreds of thousands of congregants that the media ridicules Islam and its values and commandments. No doubt, he said, terrorism has to be curbed but added that the media has been making a mockery of Islamic values. Dr Saleh, who is also Chairman of the Saudi Shoora, said there should be healthy entertainment for the people but immoral acts and obscenity have to be checked.[more]