Topic: submarine cable system
Amazon, Facebook and SoftBank have formed a consortium to build the new 14,000-km Jupiter transpacific submarine cable system.
Wave Broadband has completed the build-out of its 97-mile Nestucca Route backhaul network.
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Ciena continues to find opportunities to apply its optical knowledge to submarine cable system suppliers.
In its 2015 International Circuit Capacity report, the FCC said that the total available capacity of U.S. international cables grew to 120,000 Gbps.
Hawaiian Telecom and its partners have completed the build-out of the $250 million Southeast Asia—United States (SEA-US) undersea fiber cable.
Windstream’s acquisition of EarthLink is enabling it to offer network diversity and connections to an array of new submarine cable landing stations in the southern United States.
Alaska Communications and submarine cable provider Quintillion are extend fiber-based services to rural communities in Northwest Alaska.
Lumos expanded its sales pipeline from carriers seeking diverse fiber routes from the Virginia Beach undersea cable landing site to other cities.
Submarine cabling provider TE Subcom and Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP have started the next phase in deployment of a new transpacific cable.