ADN in National News Papers

 

  The New Nation (March 25, 2009)
 

National Press Club on Sunday formally introduced WiFi (wireless) internet for journalists.

 

Advance Data Networks System Limited (ADNSL), a leading internet service provider, is sponsoring the complementary internet service for the Press Club members.

 

From now on, any member of the National Press Club having laptop or mobile-phone enabled with wireless facilities can get access to the internet anytime in any places in the club premises.

 

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  New Age (December 19, 2006)
 

SingTel and Advance Data Networks System Limited Monday launched ‘ConnectPlus’, a highly secure and speedy end-to-end global communication service that links Bangladesh offices with their foreign companies’ main communication system.

 

SingTel brings IP-VPN or Internet Protocol-based virtual private network services using BTTB’s submarine cable. ADNSL takes over from BTTB nodes and connects the users through own nationwide network.

 

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  The Independent (October 26, 2005)
 

Jatiya Press Club (JPC) yesterday formally introduced WiFi (wireless) internet for journalists. Advance Data Networks System Limited (ADNSL), a leading internet service provider, has sponsored the complementary internet service for the Press Club members. Henceforth, any member of the Jatiya Press Club having laptop or mobile-phone enabled with wireless facilities can get access to the internet anytime in any places on the club premises.

 

On the occasion, a function was held at Press Club Media Centre with Media Centre sub-committee chairman Abdur Rahman Khan in the chair. Press Club President Shawkat Mahmud and ADNSL Chief Technology Officer Abdul Matin Miazi addressed the function.

 

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ADN in Blog

 

  Wireless Bangladesh (March 29, 2009)
 

Jatiya Press Club (JPC) formally introduced WiFi (wireless) internet for journalists. ADN Telecom Limited (ADNSL), a leading internet service provider, has sponsored the complementary internet service for the Press Club members.Henceforth, any member of the Jatiya Press Club having laptop or mobile-phone enabled with wireless facilities can get access to the internet anytime in any places on the club premises. On the occasion, a function was held at Press Club Media Centre with Media Centre sub-committee chairman Abdur Rahman Khan in the chair.

 

Press Club President Shawkat Mahmud and ADNSL CTO Engr. Abdul Matin Miazi addressed the function.

 

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  Drishtipat Blog (December 19, 2006)
 

It looks like we are seeing the very first signs of benefits that the submarine cable can bring to Bangladesh. Singapore’s SingTel in collaboration with our local Advance Data Networks System Limited (ADNSL) launched “ConnectPlus” earlier this week that is capable of providing a scalable integrated communications solution over a single, privately managed network, commonly known as VPN or virtual private network. In layman’s term – if you have internet connection, VPN let’s you connect to another computer or network anywhere in the globe and work on it securely as if you are in the same building where the computer computer/network is physically located.

 

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ADN in International News

 

  Reuters (Mon Jun 9, 2008 3:27pm EDT)
 

SkyPilot Networks, a leading provider of carrier-class broadband wireless networks, today announced that ADN Telecom Limited (http://www.adnsl.net/) has deployed SkyPilot's equipment to provide broadband wireless services within the metropolitan area of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The network provides Internet access services to both 'last-mile' fixed locations and portable Wi-Fi devices.

 

ADN is one of the leading companies in Bangladesh providing seamless and secured connectivity using fiber, satellite and wireless solutions. ADN is the prime service provider for domestic and international connectivity services and solutions duly authorized by the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC). The ADN wireless Internet service is branded as "ADN Wi-Fi+" and principally serves small- to medium-sized businesses in multiple regions around Dhaka. ADN Wi-Fi+ also services several residential areas as well as universities and hotels.

 

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  moneycontrol.com
  (Published on Sat, Feb 03, 2007 at 11:00 , Updated at Sat, Feb 03, 2007 at 13:12 )
 

Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel), Asia’s leading communications group, today announced that it has formed an alliance with Advance Data Networks System Limited (ADNSL), Bangladesh’s leading provider in satellite and wireless solutions, to offer the first international IP-VPN network in Bangladesh.

 

They will jointly deliver Multi-Protocol Label Switching IP-based Virtual Private Network (MPLS IP-VPN) solutions to corporate customers in South Asia, including Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

 

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  The Business Times (Tue, Dec 19, 2006)
 

SINGAPORE Telecommunications has teamed up with a company in Bangladesh to offer Internet services to businesses there.

 

SingTel announced yesterday that it and Advance Data Networks System Ltd (ADNSL) will jointly offer the first international IP-VPN in Bangladesh.

 

IP-VPN refers to Internet-based virtual private networks used by companies for internal secured communications.

 

The latest tie-up allows SingTel to offer Internet services to corporate customers covering all of South Asia - Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

 

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