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Construction work on the eastern section of the Palapa Ring Project II will commence in July, with rollout expected to take 18 months to complete, the Jakarta Post writes. According... more
Southern Cross Cables – owned by Telecom NZ (50%), Singtel-Optus (40%) and Verizon (10%) – has signed letters of intent (LoIs) regarding the USD350 million NEXT submarine cable aiming to... more
The intrepid map design team at TeleGeography have gone movie mad this year, and produced a ‘double-feature’ of film-inspired maps! Firstly, the 2017 edition of our Submarine Cable Map lives... more
Dublin-based network solutions provider Aqua Comms has revealed plans to develop a diverse, high capacity submarine cable system from Dublin (Ireland) to Manchester and the Isle of Man (both in... more
Japan’s NEC Corporation has commenced the construction of three submarine cable links, which will connect the Pacific island of Palau and the Yap and Chuuk islands (part of the Federated... more
The development of the Indigo-West and Indigo-Central submarine cable projects has reached a contractually binding status, following the inking of a system supply agreement between the Indigo consortium – comprising... more
Chile’s Department of Telecommunications (Subsecretaria de Telecomunicaciones, Subtel) has signed a technical pre-feasibility agreement with Chinese vendor Huawei for the development of a fibre-optic submarine cable connecting China and Chile.... more
Ocean Networks and Ocean Specialists (OSI) have announced that they have entered into an agreement for the further development and implementation of the planned South America Pacific Link (SAPL) submarine... more
Asian dark fibre and Ethernet provider Superloop has agreed to acquire the Australian submarine cable construction company SubPartners for USD2.5 million in shares, thus gaining participation in the deployment of... more
The Tasman Global Access (TGA) cable linking Raglan (New Zealand) with Narrabeen Beach (Australia) has entered commercial services. The 2,300km direct link incorporates two fibre pairs with a current design... more