College of Engineering Organizes a Seminar on the Bad Internet Service in Iraq
The College of Engineering at the University of Information Technology and Communications organized a seminar on Internet service in Iraq.
The seminar, which was presented by Dr. Nael Ahmed Mohammed from the Department of Computer Communication Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, aimed at identifying the main problems and obstacles facing the internet service in Iraq and the proposed solutions.
The seminar dealt with the definition of the Internet and its history and stages of development in Iraq, in addition to the basic services provided by the Internet to all members of Iraqi society.
Then, the seminar presented an idea about how to provide Iraq with this service, which comes through the border crossing from neighboring countries and go through several stages until it reaches the homes of citizens.
Ahmed said that it is normal to be affected by this service, you find them in the best cases in some cases or worse cases at other times because of the policies pursued by the government and the Ministry of Communications and the General Company for communications and mail and equipped companies and owners of towers.
As well as the introduction and dilution of the network, which needs to be constantly reform of the failures and technical problems caused by global weather conditions in addition to the damage because of the security situation experienced by the country in general, an obstacle to the Internet service.
The symposium also addresses the solutions adopted by the State and the Ministry of Communications in building the national Internet project in Iraq, which seeks for the first time to connect the country to the international network of an optical cable of four ports with the establishment of an international gateway to secure and protect data at each port. Dr. Nael Ahmed Mohammed had previously hosted in the university channel to talk about this subject, and on the other hand, listened to all the interventions made by the audience of lecturers and staff at the university presidency during this symposium.