Bangladesh Research and Education Network

Bangladesh Research and Education Network

A High-Speed Data-Communications for Academic and Research Communities

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University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, on behalf of the Ministry of Education (MoE), is currently implementing the Bangladesh Research and Education Network (BdREN) under HEQEP with assistance from World Bank. Now BdREN is in its initial phase. It will be a high-speed data-communications network that is independent of the commercial internet and is dedicated to meeting the needs of the academic and research communities of both public and private sectors.

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Bangladesh Railway Reform Initiative

A Country wide IT Infrastructure for Bangladesh Railway

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Bangladesh Railway Reform Project Bangladesh Railway (BR), the principle transportation agency of the country, is a Government–owned and Government–managed organization.  BR serves more than 50 million passengers yearly and carries 4,000 metric tons of goods daily across 2,855 kilometres of railway tracks within Bangladesh. It does so with the help of a complex multi-departmental organization set-up and railway network under Zones & Divisions to carry its passenger and freight all over the country, conduct maintenance of Rolling Stock in Workshops, keep stock of spares and other materials in Stores Depot, and perform their overall gigantic business operations through various other offices.

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Energy Efficient Network for BIMAN

A New Industry Standard Single Network to Support Their Business Requirements

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Biman Bangladesh Airlines is the national flag carrier airline of Bangladesh. Its main hub is at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka and it also operates flights from its secondary hubs Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong and Osmani International Airport in Sylhet. The airline provides international passenger and cargo services to Asia and Europe, as well as major domestic routes inside Bangladesh. It has air service agreements with 42 countries and currently flies to 16 different countries and more than 750 employees.

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Bangladesh Computer Council National Data Center

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Tier 3 National Data Center of Bangladesh

A Stepping Stone to Achieve Digital Bangladesh Dream

Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) is a statutory autonomous government organization. It evolved as the ICT department of the government and is mainly responsible to help the government in policy formulation, developing and implementing action plans to increase the use of ICT within the government departments and also amongst the citizens.

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4000 Users Accommodation Under One Roof

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4000 Users Accommodation Under One Roof
Tier 3 Routed Campus LAN implemented for Country’s Leading Mobile Operator GP HQ

Grameen Phone as country’s one of the largest corporate demanded a large integration in their new HQ for 4000 employees to work in a paperless office connected in a single network with seamless mobility. To ensure the Wifi to cover every spot of the building Spectrum did a test based survey with professional tools which reduced the chance of relocation of Wifi devices after installation, thus reduced time and cost. The solution provided mainly was establishing a TIER 3 Campus Network with 10GBPS backbone capacity.

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Bangladesh Automated Clearing House

Bangladesh Automated Clearing House: Optimizing the clearing process for digital banking and transferring fund through wire.

Summary

Since the beginning of the banking business in Bangladesh a continuous challenge to optimize the clearing process and monitoring local banks was in front of central and local banks. An initiate on digital roadmap taken by the Bangladesh bank was initiated in 2009. Bangladesh Automated Clearing House (BACH) was the first step of the journey. After implementation of BACH the immediate step was inaugurating the Bangladesh Electronic Funds Transfer Network (BEFTN).

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IIG INFRUSTRUCTURE for BANGLADESH

IIG INFRUSTRUCTURE for BANGLADESH SUBMARINE CABLE COMPANY LIMITED

A Turnkey Project with End-to-End 80 Gbps Throughput

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Bangladesh Submarine Cable Company Limited (BSCCL) is a Core Telecommunications service provider and International Submarine Cable Operator of Bangladesh. The service provided by BSCCL represents the Long-haul communication between Bangladesh and the rest of the world. BSCCL is a party on behalf of Bangladesh in the SEA-ME-WE-4 (South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe-4) submarine cable and represents the Nation in the SMW-4 international cable consortium. BSCCL has become a member of the SMW-5 Consortium to join in the newly planned Submarine Cable which will provide more capacity and redundancy for Bangladesh.

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ISD is part of STS Educational Group Limited

In 1998, the STS Group decided to diversify into the supply of educational and medical services and consequently set up subsidiaries. It acquired land in Bashundhara; a site in the northeast quadrant of the city. Bashundhara is a short drive from the main residential and diplomatic areas of Baridhara and Gulshan.

In 1998, construction of the school began on a 5.5 acres plot and was completed during the course of the 1999-2000 school year, when the first classes from Nursery to Grade 5 were admitted.

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Mutual Trust Bank Limited

The Company was incorporated as a Public Limited Company in 1999, under the Companies Act 1994, with an Authorized Share Capital of BDT 1,000,000,000 divided into 10,000,000 ordinary shares of BDT 100 each.

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South East Bank Limited

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About SEBL

Southeast Bank Limited was established in 1995 with a dream and a vision to become a pioneer banking institution of the country and contribute significantly to the growth of the national economy

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ROBI Axiata Limited

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ROBI Axiata Limited: Streamlining mobile network rollout operations through process re-engineering and workflow re-design

Faced with the challenge of being ahead of competition in one of the fiercest mobile phone markets in the world, ROBI must implement network rollout projects – technology migration, new stations, BTS upgrade, and 3G roll out – in ever more shorter time with absolutely no service downtime and without adding any extra cost. The challenge could only be answered with a redefined business process for network operations and rollout which allows for fine grained workflow definition and automation with minimum human interaction and uses the existing knowledge and dictionary base of the whole division.

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Bangladesh Space Research & Remote Sensing Organization (SPARSO)

About SPARSO:

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Space Technology applications in Bangladesh started in 1968 through the establishment of APT ground station in the then atomic Energy Centre. This station was put under SARC of the BAEC in 1972. Earth Resources Technology satellite (ERTS)

Program was taken up in Bangladesh with the advent of American ERTS and it was renamed as (BLP) Bangladesh Landsat Program with the renaming of the program by NASA. SPARRSO was created in 1980 by merging SARC and BLP.

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Shahjalal University of Science and Technology

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology also known as SUST is a state supported not-for-profit research university located in Sylhet, Bangladesh. It is also one of the nine PhD granting research universities of Bangladesh.

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) was established in 1987. Now a days it has 7 schools, 25 departments and one institute. The number of teachers has grown to 424 and the students to 9262. Besides, the University has six affiliated medical colleges under the School of Medical Sciences with 2744 students.

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Teletalk

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Teletalk Bangladesh Limited is a public limited company, registered under the Registrar of the Joint stock companies of Bangladesh. Total shares owned by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

We continue to grow and engage our customers through our clear commitment to offering high quality products and services as well as leading customer retention and loyalty programmers.

Teletalk continues to be a part of the revolution that’s connecting millions of Bangladeshi people and around the world.

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