T-Fiber aims to connect every household, government institution and private enterprise across the rural part of the state through optical fiber and provide them with high speed internet connectivity.
Government of Telangana is taking big leaps to build and leverage the broadband infrastructure under BharatNet project. It is in this context that Telangana Government has initiated T-Fiber to provide broadband connectivity up to the household level and reap its benefits. The State Government has created a separate entity by the name Telangana Fiber Grid Corporation Ltd. for roll-out of optic fiber and network infrastructure across the state. T-Fiber shall provide fiber to the Home / Enterprise connectivity to over 47+ lakh households and 1+ lakh public & private enterprises, offices, institutions, etc. in Telangana. End-to-end fiber network shall be deployed across 10 Zones (31 Districts), 584 Mandal (Block), 8778 Gram Panchayats, 10,128 Villages up to the household / enterprise.
T-Fiber will leverage the infrastructure such as RoW, trenching and ducting created under the prestigious Mission Bhagiratha. The Optical Fiber Cables will be deployed along water pipeline routes which have been already mapped for the entire state. In order to ensure accomplishment of objectives of T-Fiber, a layered topology for T-Fiber network architecture has been planned. The network shall be capable of delivering 4-100 Mbps to household and on-demand 20-100 Mbps to institutions and enterprises.
Such a strong IT establishment will give a strong boost to multiple economic activities including creation of employment for the youth, development of opportunities for IT export, increase in productivity through use of automation etc. Further with ever increasing number of government services moving to cyber space and internet becoming the new medium of connectivity between citizens and government, a robust IT eco-system will enable people to use these services in a seamless and hassle-free manner. respectively across the state. The key stakeholders are: Information Technology Electronics & Communication Department, Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Department, and Central government bodies.