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ROL internet services was initially delivered using fixed and wireless (nomadic/mobile) radio technology.
- WARF Telecom International - a joint venture company formed between Ooredoo Maldives, Reliance Infocomm of India and Focus Infocom to install a Submarine fibre cable system between Maldives and India linking Maldives to the global submarine fibre cable system.
- SingTel - Providing international Internet backbone connectivity, V-SAT and other IP services
- Ooredoo Maldives - Partner in Submarine optic Fibre Cable system and provision of microwave backhaul connectivity to islands
- Reliance Infocom (India) - Partner in the implementation of submarine optic fibre cable system
- Smart Bridges Singapore -Provision of Wireless Radio Systems
- Local cable operators - Provision of HFC network Capacity for Distribution of Internet
- Sky Pilot Networks (USA)
- Corporate Info
- Haveeru Daily (January 18, 2004). "Focus Infocom starts service as second ISP in Maldives"
- Haveeru Daily (May 24, 2003). "Second ISP license given to Focus Infocom"
- Raajjé(Dhivehi:ރާއްޖެ) means Maldives or Nation in Dhivehi language
- Haveeru. "Gayoom inaugurates WARF Submarine Cable link between Maldives, India", Haveeru Daily, 2007-03-17. Retrieved on 2008-05-24.
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