Submarine Cable Projects stories - Page 2
Facebook, Amazon & NTT Com build Japan - Philippines subsea cable
NTT Com’s Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE), Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) and Pacific Crossing-1 (PC-1) cables will connect with Jupiter cable.
New Singapore subsea cable available from Equinix's AU data centers
The cable will enhance connectivity between Australia and Singapore, especially considering Singapore is Australia’s 5th largest trading partner.
PCCW Global restores global undersea cable connectivity via online portal
Despite submarine cables being an essential component of an international network, they are vulnerable to lengthy service outages.
NEC readies itself for Hong Kong-Guam submarine cable build
Hong Kong & Guam will be linked through a new high-capacity optical submarine cable after NEC and RTI Connectivity signed a supply contract last week.
Asia-US submarine cable finds new access point in Los Angeles data centers
The trans-Pacific submarine cable connecting Indonesia, the Philippines, Guam & Hawaii to the west coast of the United States now has an access point.
On track and on time: Hawaiki undersea cable route survey completed
The route survey for the long-awaited Hawaiki cable has now been completed, and details have been revealed about how far production has progressed.
China Telecom Global looks to African data center for intercontinental connectivity
The Dijbouti Data Center will support China Telecom Global's expansion and the Southeast Asia-Middle East-Western Europe (SEA-ME-WE 5) cable.
Vocus inks deal with Alcatel Submarine Networks for the Australia Singapore Cable
The project is a 4,600km submarine cable system linking Australia to Singapore and Indonesia.
NEC hopes for further partnerships as APG Submarine Cable project wraps up
"NEC is honored to have been selected as the supplier for APG. We hope to see our partnership with the consortium further enhanced."
Equinix a 'natural destination' for submarine cable systems
"Equinix data centers are the optimal location to immediately connect these point to point submarine cables,"
Pacific Fibre chooses cable builder
A contractor has finally been chosen for $400 million trans-Pacific cable.