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Offshore surveyor Fugro has begun a pre-installation and route engineering survey project for a new repeater-based cable system between Stavanger (Norway) and Newcastle (UK), dubbed NO-UK. Fugro’s project will run... more
Google has announced plans for the deployment of a new subsea cable – Grace Hopper – which will run between New York (US), Bude (UK) and Bilbao (Spain). The Grace... more
The four operators participating in the Manatua Consortium – Office des Postes et Telecommunications (OPT) in French Polynesia, Avaroa Cable Limited (ACL) in the Cook Islands, Telecom Niue Limited (TNL)... more
Crosslake Fibre has revealed its newest subsea cable project, dubbed CrossChannel Fibre. The 550km cable will connect Slough (United Kingdom) and Paris (France). The high fibre count, non-repeatered system will... more
RTI Connectivity (RTI) and NEC Corporation have announced the successful completion of the Japan-Guam-Australia North (JGA-N) cable system between Minamiboso (Japan) and Piti (Guam). The 2,600km system – solely owned... more
KT Submarine, the cable construction subsidiary of South Korean telecoms company KT Corp, has revealed that it has secured a contract worth KRW9 billion (USD7.9 million) to build a portion... more
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has advised the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that it has no objection to the FCC’s approval of an application to land and operate within... more
Team Telecom, which is formally known as the Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector, has opposed the activation of a submarine cable... more
The Asia Direct Cable (ADC) Consortium has revealed that it is building a new submarine cable, called Asia Direct Cable (ADC) connecting China (Hong Kong SAR and Guangdong Province), Japan,... more
Cape Verde’s state-backed incumbent telco Cabo Verde Telecom (CVT) is considering launching a lawsuit against the telecoms watchdog, the Multisectoral Regulatory Agency for the Economy (ARME), over a decision permitting... more