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Algeria’s Minister of Post, Telecommunications, Technology and Digital, Houda Imane Faraoun, has stated in an interview that the country will be connected to two new submarine cables ‘before the end... more
Ghana has revealed that the country’s USD38 million Eastern Corridor Fiber Optic Backbone project, which spans 775km and connects 27 districts and towns between Ho (Volta Region) and Bawku (Northern... more
Seaborn Networks COO Andy Bax has revealed that the first direct subsea fibre-optic cable system connecting South Africa to Brazil is set for commercial launch in 2020, ITWeb reported. The... more
A consortium including RTI Connectivity (RTI-C), AARNet and Google – in partnership with Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) and NEC Corporation – have announced that the construction of the Japan-Guam-Australia Cable... more
The Tasmanian government has threatened to take legal action against the operators of the Basslink submarine cable linking mainland Australia to the island state of Tasmania, with Energy Minister Guy... more
The Southeast Asia-Japan 2 (SJC2) consortium – including Singtel, China Mobile International, Chunghwa Telecom, Chuan Wei, Facebook, KDDI, SK Broadband and VNPT – has signed an agreement with NEC Corporation... more
PCCW Global and Mauritius Telecom have agreed to build a new submarine cable linking the islands of Rodrigues and Mauritius, dubbed the Mauritius and Rodrigues Submarine Cable System (MARS). The... more
The Samoan government has held a ground-breaking ceremony for the new South Pacific Submarine Cable Depot at Matautu Wharf, the Samoa Observer writes. The facility is a joint venture between... more
The Kativik Regional Government (KRG) has awarded a contract to WFN Strategies to provide cable route survey support for the proposed Eastern Arctic Undersea Fibre Optic Network (EAUFON). The planned... more
The South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) connecting Africa and South America has landed at the port of Pecem in the city of Fortaleza (Brazil). Construction work on the 6,300km cable... more