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A consortium of seven global telecoms operators have agreed to cooperate in the construction and operation of the new 15,000km, USD250 million Southeast Asia-United States (SEA-US) submarine cable system. The... more
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) has selected Hong Kong-based PCCW Global to construct a new international fibre-optic network to increase the Filipino operator’s connectivity in 17 countries, while simultaneously... more
Mauritian telecoms watchdog, the Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA), has approved a proposed reduction in the bilateral half-circuit charges of incumbent operator Mauritius Telecom’s (MT’s) International Private Lease Circuits... more
Ooredoo has officially launched 3G services in Myanmar, but the cellco’s network is struggling to cope with the extreme level of demand, Telecomasia.net writes. After two weeks of trials –... more
This week, Japan’s NEC Corporation announced its selection as systems supplier for the proposed new trans-Pacific cable system, dubbed ‘FASTER’, being constructed by a consortium of six global telecoms companies.... more
Thailand’s National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) – the authority controlling the country following the recent military coup – has approved an investment framework for participation in three previously... more
Japan’s NEC Corporation has announced its selection as systems supplier for the proposed new trans-Pacific cable system, dubbed ‘FASTER’, being constructed by a consortium of six global telecoms companies. The... more
According to internet monitoring firm Renesys, the 46km Kerch Strait Cable – which provides a telecommunications link between Russia and the newly-annexed Crimean peninsula – is now up and running,... more
According to internet monitoring firm Renesys, the 46km Kerch Strait Cable – which provides a telecommunications link between Russia and the newly-annexed Crimean peninsula – is now up and running,... more
China’s CITIC Telecom International is planning to acquire Reliance Communications’ (RCOM’s) submarine cable unit, Global Cloud Xchange (GCX, previously known as Reliance Globalcom), for up to USD1 billion. According to... more