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Paragraphs Related to the Theme Paragraphs VII Summit
Date:  3/16/2017 
In June 2012, Law 29904 (Law for the Broadband Promotion and Construction of the National Dorsal Optical Fiber Network) was given, whose purpose is to promote the development, use and massification of Broadband throughout the national territory, both in terms of supply and demand for this service, promoting the deployment of infrastructure, services, contents, applications and digital skills, as a means of promoting and facilitating social inclusion, socio-economic development, competitiveness, security of Country and organizational transformation towards an information and knowledge society.
The aforementioned Law establishes the creation of the RNIE (National Network of Research and Education), which incorporates all public universities and research institutes to integrate into the world's regional research and education networks with the purpose of accelerating the processes of research and technological development and innovation. The CONCYTEC, will carry out the monitoring and follow-up of the RNIE.
In 2016, the installation and operation of the National Fiber Optic Network (RDNFO) has been completed, with a length of 13500 km of optical fiber linking 22 regional capitals, 180 provincial capitals and 136 localities in the country .
The Access Network (REDNACE) or the Regional Projects to the Transport Network will allow to expand and improve the services provided by State Institutions at national level and in rural areas that require greater social participation. It will connect state entities and broaden the use of broadband.
There are 8 Regional Projects (Apurímac, Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Lambayeque, Cajamarca, Cusco, Piura, Tumbes), 5 Projects commissioned to PROINVERSIÓN (Amazonas, Ica, Lima, Junín, Puno), 4 Projects with viability (Tacna, Moquegua , Ancash, Arequipa) and 4 projects under evaluation in the OPI-MTC. The Regional Projects in Execution or Access Networks of Apurímac (1409 km), Ayacucho (1898 km), Huancavelica (1327 km), Lambayeque (567 km) will be put into Operation in the third quarter of 2017.
CONCYTEC has sent to FITEL's technical secretariat the demand for bandwidth connectivity of public universities and research institutes.
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