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The South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), which connects Africa and South America, entered commercial operations on 18 September. Onward connectivity is provided via interconnection with the Monet Cable linking Miami... more
Reliance Communications (RCOM) is planning to completely exit the telecom business, the group’s chairman Anil Ambani confirmed in a speech to shareholders. The debt-laden operators exited the retail mobile market... more
Orange Group and MainOne Cable Company have signed an agreement under which Orange will acquire additional capacity on the MainOne submarine cable system linking Portugal to Ghana and Nigeria. The... more
The South Atlantic Inter Link (SAIL) consortium – comprising China Unicom (and its wholly-owned subsidiary China Unicom do Brasil Telecomunicacoes) and Cameroonian state-owned telecoms provider CamTel – has completed the... more
Vocus has announced that it is in the process of finalising the testing phase of its USD170 million Australia-Singapore Cable (ASC), with the submarine cable system scheduled to be ready... more
Asia-Pacific fibre infrastructure company Superloop has issued a progress report regarding its in-deployment INDIGO subsea cable, noting that it has already completed the marine survey, cable system manufacturing and factory... more
The Export-Import Bank of China is financing the construction of a domestic submarine cable project aiming to connect 15 coastal provincial capitals of Papua New Guinea (PNG). The National cited... more
Reliance Communications (RCOM) is involved in talks with several groups regarding the sale of its remaining telecom assets, the Financial Times reports, citing people involved in the discussions. According to... more
Indian telecom operator Bharti Airtel has announced a submarine cable partnership with Telecom Egypt, under which it will get Indefeasible Rights of Use (IRUs) on the Middle East North Africa... more
Wholesale telecommunications company GlobeNet has announced plans to extend its telecommunications network in Latin America by deploying a 2,500km submarine cable system linking Rio De Janeiro in Brazil with Buenos... more