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The Malbec submarine cable system between Brazil and Argentina has now entered commercial operations. The 2,500km Malbec submarine fibre-optic system – co-owned by GlobeNet and Facebook, with GlobeNet in charge... more
SubCom, in conjunction with Google, today announced that a contract is in force for the design, manufacture, and deployment of Firmina, a new high-speed undersea cable system connecting North and... more
The trans-Atlantic EllaLink cable system linking Europe and Latin America has entered commercial operation. The 6,200km cable has landing stations at Sines in Portugal and Praia Grande near Sao Paolo... more
The Arctic Connect submarine cable project – developed by Finnish company Cinia in collaboration with MegaFon – has been put on hold. In a press release, Megafon stated: ‘We made... more
IslaLink and Orange Group’s Italian subsidiary Elettra are planning to deploy a new submarine cable system, dubbed IONIAN, linking Crotone in Italy with Preveza (Greece). The submarine infrastructure will be complemented... more
Vocus is planning to deploy a 2,000km high-capacity fibre link between Geraldton and Port Hedland in Western Australia by the end of next year. Vocus Chief Operating Officer Ellie Sweeney... more
Fugro has completed the first phase of its marine site characterisation project for Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) to support the Bifrost system, a new submarine fibre-optic cable aiming to link... more
The Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector has determined that a secondary assessment of an application filed by Google and Facebook to... more
Telxius has announced that the Tannat submarine cable connecting Santos (Brazil) with Las Toninas (Argentina) is now open for business. The landing point in Las Toninas, Argentina, was planned from... more
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been notified that the Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector has no objection to the FCC’s... more