5G technology will enter our lives in 2020. For the time being, fiber infrastructure is one of the important details in the technology in which all the works continue. As you get closer to 5G technology, fiber infrastructure becomes more important. In this respect, the question of what happened in the case of infrastructure, Turkey's fiber-map has become clear through.
Turkey was extracted fibers map
Competitive Telco Operators Association (TELKODER) issued by Turkey's fiber-map has been shared. The map in question revealed that new investments should be made rapidly , especially in big cities such as Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir . You need to consider the population in these cities.
Information Technology Agency ( ICTA ) Sector Turkey's length fiber infrastructure throughout the data report (both backbone and access) is calculated as a total of 355 028 km. Türk Telekom's fiber infrastructure was 282.022 kilometers, while the total fiber length of alternative operators was 73.006 kilometers. 124,954 km of this fiber infrastructure is used for backbone (intercity) and 157,068 km is used for access (urban).
Turkey map of the fiber with fiber optic infrastructure along with falling per capita rate also appeared in Istanbul; 3.1 meters.
According to the report, fiber infrastructure in many cities was announced to be almost nonexistent. In the provinces where fiber infrastructure is widespread, when the population is taken into consideration, the length of fiber infrastructure per capita turned out to be very low.
To give an example,
With a population of over 15 million, Istanbul has a network of 47,421 km of fiber infrastructure used for access (urban). According to these calculations, fiber infrastructure per capita in Istanbul is only 3.1 m.
Likewise, the rate of fiber infrastructure per capita in Ankara was announced as 4.3 meters.
Stockholm , which has advanced internet infrastructure, is shown as an example in the report; It is emphasized that the city has a population of more than 2 million and has a fiber infrastructure length of 1.800.000 km and the per capita fiber infrastructure length ratio is 770 m. The report also touched upon that calculated within a level close to Stockholm the proportion of the population in Turkey, Antalya compared and access to the used fiber infrastructure length of 11,166 km that Antalya of falling fiber infrastructure length per 4.6 m.
Antalya and Stockholm emerges, if we look at the example of the fiber infrastructure in Turkey should be increased by at least 200 times more.
Turkey's fiber-map other notable cities on the outlines as follows;
Bursa: With a population of 2,994,521 people, Bursa's fiber infrastructure length is 9. 959 km and the fiber infrastructure length per person; 3.3 m.
Antalya: With a population of 2,426,356, Antalya's fiber infrastructure length is 11,166 km and the fiber infrastructure rate per capita is 4,6 m.
Adana: With a population of 2,220,125, the fiber infrastructure of Adana is 8,235 km and the fiber infrastructure rate per capita is 3,7 m.
Konya: With a fiber infrastructure length of 9.057 km, Konya has a population of more than 2 million 205 thousand and the city has 4.1 m fiber infrastructure per capita.
Sanliurfa: Sanliurfa has a fiber infrastructure length of 4,406 km and its population is approaching 2 million. 2.1 meters per person fiber infrastructure in the city is falling.
Gaziantep: With a population of more than 2 million and a fiber infrastructure length of 5,668 km, per capita fiber infrastructure ratio is 2.7.
Kocaeli: With a population of 1,906,391, Kocaeli has 6,987 km of fiber infrastructure and the rate of fiber infrastructure per capita is 3,6 meters.