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Fibre Optic - La Oliva municipality
I nearly added this to Tom's post re El Cotillo but I thought it deserved it's own thread. Note the councillor's statement re 100% coverage next year!  Thumbs Up Fingers Crossed
I'm enlisting the help of my Spanish neighbour to write to the councillor to try to make sure that those of us that have no option currently but to use Movistar's 3G service are included. Wish us luck!

The municipality of La Oliva continues to improve its fiber optic coverage thanks to the actions carried out by the Telefónica company, within the framework of its ambitious plan to deploy this type of technology, which has allowed around 1,200 homes in El Cotillo, 377 from Corralejo and 163 from Villaverde will release fiber optics during the month of October and will join the more than 11,000 in the municipality that already have this technology. Thus, about 55% of the homes and stores in La Oliva already have broadband.
The Councilor for New Technologies, Julio Santana, values this action very positively “especially after the situation generated by COVID-19 where teleworking or online training from homes has increased. Having fiber optics will increase the possibilities of rural areas. "
FTTH fiber optics is currently the most advanced fixed broadband connectivity technology on the market, which allows reaching 600 Mb symmetrical, providing a differential experience when browsing the Internet, watching high-definition television and playing online. The ultrafast FTTH broadband provides social development and the best access to information, boosts businesses by improving their efficiency and competitiveness, thanks to the incorporation of high added value services, such as data storage or security systems.
Telefónica is building a totally new network, which allows citizens and the business community new ways of working and access to all the possibilities of the digital world (telecare, telemedicine, telework, distance education, video calls, etc.). Likewise, it contributes to achieving a more efficient, agile and close administration.
Julio Santana highlights that the objective that Telefónica has agreed with the La Oliva city council is that the deployment of fiber optics covers 100% of the municipality during the next year 2021. In this sense, “we appreciate the involvement and commitment of Telefónica to improve Internet access services for residents and businesses in the municipality ”.
The La Oliva city council itself will have access to this type of broadband in the coming weeks, which will allow for a more agile administration and reinforce the quality of electronic administration services.
Something that joins the tender that is being followed by the city council for the award of a comprehensive electronic file management system that allows improving the current system in aspects such as security, vertical and horizontal integrations, technology, data custody with legal guarantees and fully functional access.
The bidding price is 48,000 euros and will allow a more agile management and processing of municipal files. The La Oliva city council launched the electronic file processing system last year 2019, registering 10,590 files, 20,924 entry records, 8,111 exit records and 2,040 decrees.
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