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Altair and SLT redefine luxury living with 100Mbps fibre broadband and smart services


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Sri Lanka Telecom PLC and Indocean Developers Ltd. recently entered into an agreement that will redefine the experience of luxury living. Through this agreement SLT’s high speed broadband services up to the speed of 100Mbps and high definition television content through its IPTV platform will be provided over optical fibre to all residents of this landmark property. 

Further SLT will establish Wi-Fi access in common areas and all residential apartment through its tailor made solution with an array of smart applications which can be subscribed through a self-service web portal and mobile applications on smart devices and phones. SLT will develop the fibre network up to and within the building to each and every apartment to enable the above services with highest availability, performance and quality of services.

Speaking on behalf of the developer Director of Projects Chelvedurai Harendran said: “The iconic Altair is designed and built for luxury living. We have taken every initiative to bring in world class partners into to this project. In this regard Sri Lanka Telecom will have a key role to play in creating a digital environment suited for the aspirational lifestyle that is sought by our clientele.”

SLT Group CEO Dileepa Wijesundera mentioned that the name Altair is used to refer to the brightest star in the constellation, Aquilla.  “We are proud to have been invited by Indocean Developers to contribute our expertise and services that will redefine luxury, making Altair a standout property Colombo.”

SLT Group Chief Enterprise Officer Kiththi Perera noted that Altair would soon be connected via optical fibre to the national network. “Our solutions team will then customise digital experiences suited to individual lifestyles of the occupants. At Altair we will create smart living and working spaces by establishing smart building and smart home solutions. Occupants will also have the benefit of seamlessly accessing a range of SLT’s Cloud-based IoT services. It is about crafting elements of technology to create convenience and sophistication deserving of this clientele.”


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