Submarine Cable News and Analysis2018-08-19T19:57:16+00:00

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  • Hawaiki has selected Ciena for an upgrade its cable system raising the total system capacity from 43.8 Tbps to 67Tbps.

Hawaiki Selects Ciena to Upgrade Cable Capacity

September 24th, 2018|Comments Off on Hawaiki Selects Ciena to Upgrade Cable Capacity

Hawaiki Selects Ciena to Boost Connectivity Across the Pacific Ciena Press Release September 24, 2018 AUCKLAND, New Zealand, HANOVER, Md., USA and SUNTEC CITY, Singapore — With nearly 99 percent of transoceanic data traffic traversing undersea cables, it is imperative for network [...]

  • The Telecom Egypt board of directors has approved the acquisition of 50% of its subsidiary EISCC at a value of USD 15 million.

Telecom Egypt Acquires 50% of EISCC for $15m

September 24th, 2018|Comments Off on Telecom Egypt Acquires 50% of EISCC for $15m

Telecom Egypt Acquires 50% of EISCC for $15m By Andrea Ayemoba, Africa Tech September 24, 2018 Telecom Egypt announces that its board of directors has approved the acquisition of 50% of its subsidiary Egyptian International Submarine Cable Company (EISCC) at [...]

  • Angola's WACS submarine cable has suffered two cuts, resulting in limited traffic capacity and increased latency.

Angola WACS Submarine Cable Damaged

September 24th, 2018|Comments Off on Angola WACS Submarine Cable Damaged

Traffic Limited on Angola's WACS Submarine Cable Due to Cable Damage By Telecompaper September 24, 2018 The submarine fibre optic cable of the WACS system of Angola Cables suffered two cuts, which caused a limit to traffic capacity, and increased [...]

  • News from around the submarine telecoms industry.

This Week In Submarine Telecoms September 17-21

September 21st, 2018|Comments Off on This Week In Submarine Telecoms September 17-21

News From Around The World Of Submarine Telecoms For The Week Of September 17-21 SubTel Forum SubTel Forum Magazine Issue 102 Now Available Issue 102 of SubTel Forum is now available. This month's issue covers the offshore energy sector [...]

  • SACS has begun carrying traffic across the South Atlantic between South America Africa - the first cable in recent history to do so.

SACS Cable Activated Across South Atlantic

September 20th, 2018|Comments Off on SACS Cable Activated Across South Atlantic

First Subsea Cable Across South Atlantic Activated By Doug Madory, Dyn September 19, 2018 Yesterday marked the first time in recent Internet history that a new submarine cable carried live traffic across the South Atlantic, directly connecting South America to [...]

  • TE SubCom secured a contract from MainOne to extend its submarine cable with two additional branches connecting Senegal and Cote D'Ivoire.

TE SubCom to Extend MainOne Cable System

September 20th, 2018|Comments Off on TE SubCom to Extend MainOne Cable System

TE SubCom to Extend MainOne Cable System to Francophone Region By IT Web Africa September 20, 2018 TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity Ltd company, has secured a contract from connectivity and datacentre solutions provider MainOne to extend its active submarine [...]

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