News From Around The Submarine Cable Industry For The Week Of January 29-February 2

News from around the submarine telecoms industry.

Data Centers

Liquid Telecom Invests Almost $110m In Data Center Expansion
African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of Econet, has increased the capacity and doubled the size of its carrier-neutral data centers in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

ROOT Data Center Adds GTT PoP in Montreal
ROOT Data Center announces today that GTT Communications, Inc. has established a Point of Presence (PoP) in ROOT’s Montreal facility, MTL-R2, Canada’s largest wholesale data center.

Future Systems

CNMC Confirms Deregulation of Spain-Canary Island Cable Route
Spanish communications and competition regulator CNMC has announced that the submarine cable route between the Spanish peninsula and the Canary Islands has been deregulated following a public consultation.

Fugro To Survey HAVFRUE Cable Route
TE Subsea Communications (TE SubCom) has contracted Fugro to carry out a cable route survey for the proposed Havfrue cable system.

State of the Industry

Samoa Cable Moves Excite Cabinet Minister
The future is exciting for the Information Communication Technology (I.C.T.) in Samoa, a belief held by Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Afamasaga Rico Tupai.

TE SubCom, SSCC To Build New Cable Depot
TE SubCom announced that the company will construct a new depot in Port of Apia, Samoa to service and maintain more than 19 cable systems in the South Pacific region in a partnership with SSCC.

2018-02-02T15:52:20+00:00 February 2nd, 2018|Categories: Weekly Wrap-Up|Tags: , |