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A consortium of international telecoms operators, including Chunghwa Telecom of Taiwan, KT Corporation of South Korea, an as-yet unnamed US company, and ‘the major carriers from China’ has come together... more
TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) and Angola Cables have signed an IP Transit agreement to enhance regional connectivity to TSIC’s customer base along the West African coast using Angola Cables’ submarine... more
Djiboutian internet start-up Djibouti Data Center (DDC), which was established by a group of local and international investors 18 months ago, has set out ambitious plans to improve internet speeds... more
Angolan banks have approved a USD260 million bank guarantee for the Angola Cables consortium, earmarked for building the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) undersea fibre-optic cable connecting the African country... more
Google has announced its involvement in an undersea cable that will link the United States and Brazil by the end of 2016. The search engine giant will partner with Brazilian... more
Google has announced its involvement in an undersea cable that will link the United States and Brazil by year-end 2016. Google will partner with Brazilian ISP Algar Telecom, Uruguayan incumbent... more
Huawei Marine Networks has commenced manufacturing the cable components of the planned Far East Submarine Cable System, and will soon start work on the ‘wet plant’ for the system. As... more
Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) has heralded the upcoming South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 5 (SEA-ME-WE 5) submarine cable system as a ‘giant step’ towards achieving Sri Lanka’s ‘SMART 2020’ digital... more
Sweden’s EQT Infrastructure II Fund has agreed to acquire a majority shareholding in IslaLink Submarine Cables, an independent and neutral operator of fibre-optic submarine cables in and around Spain. IslaLink... more
According to online news journal Agence Ecofin, Djibouti will soon be connected to the submarine fibre-optic cable, South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 5 (SEA-ME-WE 5), dramatically increasing its international connectivity.... more