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Bolivia Gets First Submarine Fiber Optic Cable

Bolivia inaugurates it’s first submarine fiber optic cable, thus enabling faster, reliable connectivity with the rest of the world. By deploying this cable, Bolivia is now able to reduce its dependency on foreign wholesale telecommunication service providers for connectivity to a greater extent.

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MIST Cable System to connect Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and India

Orient Link Pte. Ltd. (OLL) and NEC Corporation (NEC) announced that they have signed an agreement to build the MIST Cable System (MIST). MIST will directly connect Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and India (Mumbai and Chennai) and deliver a design capacity of more than 216 terabits per second (Tbps). Construction of the nearly 8,100-kilometer optical submarine cable is targeted to be completed by the third quarter of FY2022.

Optical fiber cable under the sea showing sea creatures nearby

Crosslake Fibre Plans New Subsea Cable Between the UK and France

Crosslake Fibre an international network provider and developer of unique subsea and terrestrial fibre networks, announces today its newest subsea cable project, CrossChannel Fibre. The historic, next-generation 550km cable is the first fibre-optic subsea cable to be built across the English Channel in nearly twenty years and will connect Slough, United Kingdom and Paris, France.

Optical fiber cable under the sea showing sea creatures nearby

Transatlantic Dunant Cable Lands in France

Orange has proceeded to land Google’s transatlantic Dunant cable in Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez, in the Vendée region of France, first and terrestrial stage of the laying of this cable on 13th March 2020.

Map showing Europe, North America and South America with lines indicating the routes of Bursa and Marea submarine fiber optic cable through the Atlantic ocean

BRUSA Submarine Cable Achieves 160 Tbps Using WaveLogic 5 From Ciena

BRUSA submarine cable achieves record network performance accomplishing 550 Gbps channel speeds across 10,200 kilometers. This corresponds to a total transmission capacity of 160 Terabits per second.

Optical fiber cable under the sea showing sea creatures nearby

IPGP Will Use FLY-LION3 Fiber Optic Cable for Monitoring Volcanic and Seismic Activities

IPGP Will Use FLY-LION3 Fiber Optic Cable for Monitoring volcanic and Seismic Activities. Telecom service provider Orange and members of the FLY-LION3 consortium (Lower Indian Ocean Network) – the Société Réunionnaise du Radiotéléphone and Comores Câbles – have announced the signing of an agreement with the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) to provide the IPGP’s Mayotte volcano and earthquake monitoring network with a pair of optical fibers.