Submarine Cable News and Analysis 2018-05-18T15:01:19+00:00

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  • Emmanuel Desurvire writes about his time at AT&T Bell Labs and the early development of erbium-doped fiber amplifiers with Josè Chesnoy providing the Foreward in Issue 100 of the SubTel Forum Magazine.

Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers At AT&T Bell Labs

May 24th, 2018|Comments Off on Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers At AT&T Bell Labs

Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers At AT&T Bell Labs: A Paced Odyssey By Emmanuel Desurvire Foreward by Josè Chesnoy May 21, 2018 Foreward Three inventions have made possible the advent of long-haul optical communications: fused-silica fibers, semiconductor lasers, and last but none [...]

  • Kieran Clark, Lead Analyst at STF Analytics, discusses the current landscape of submarine cable capacity by region and looks forward to what the future might bring in Issue 100 of the SubTel Forum Magazine.

Subsea Capacity Outlook – Big Data Driving Big Bandwidth

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Subsea Capacity Outlook - Big Data Driving Big Bandwidth By Kieran Clark May 21, 2018 Big Data. Data centers. Over-The-Top (OTT) Providers. Cloud Services. Video Streaming. Artificial Intelligence. What do all of these have in common? They are involved in [...]

  • Gregg Twitt, CEO of Globalinx, talks about the emergence of Virginia Beach as a must-land location for submarine cable systems in Issue 100 of the SubTel Forum Magazine.

Virginia Beach – Soon To Host Large-Scale Subsea Activity

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Virginia Beach - Poised To Be The Host Of Large-Scale Subsea Activity By Greg Twitt May 21, 2018 A little over two years ago, the City of Virginia Beach, obviously had no idea of the potential the subsea cable industry [...]

  • Dag Aanensen, CTO of NO-UK COM AS, discusses the progress of the future England Cable linking Newcastle, UK to Stavanger, Norway and the affect it will have on submarine cable connectivity for the Nordic region in Issue 100 of the SubTel Forum Magazine.

Nordic Update – The England Cable

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Nordic Update - The England Cable Linking Stavanger And Newcastle By Dag Aanensen May 21, 2018 Will Provide The Nordics With A New Gateway To Global Capacity Global Marine (GM) recently completed a Desk Top Study for the proposed England [...]

  • Winston Qiu of Pacific Light Data Communications discusses the progress of the PLCN submarine cable and its impact on telecoms in the Pacific in Issue 100 of the SubTel Forum Magazine.

PLCN – Next Steps Across The Pacific

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Next Steps Across  The Pacific By Winston Qiu May 21, 2018 A Subsea Cable Changing Internet And Cloud Infrastructure Across The Pacific Subsea cable systems are critical infrastructure for global internet and cloud platforms. According to TeleGeography there are now [...]

  • Funke Opeke of MainOne discusses the company's progress in bringing submarine cable capacity and connectivity to Cote D'Ivoire and challenges particular to the region in Issue 100 of the SubTel Forum Magazine.

MainOne – Entrèe Into West Africa

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Entrèe Into West Africa By Funke Opeke May 21, 2018 MainOne Invests In Cote D'Ivoire Landing The Obvious Gaps Most African countries have internet penetration of less than 10% (well below the 20% threshold critical for countries to reap the [...]

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