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  • Prysmian has been awarded a EUR 50 million contract by Chilean telecommunications firm GTD to develop a 3,550 km-long submarine cable system.

Prysmian Awarded Eur 50 Mln Chile Cable Contract

February 21st, 2019|Comments Off on Prysmian Awarded Eur 50 Mln Chile Cable Contract

Prysmian Awarded Eur 50 Mln Chile Undersea Cable Contract By Telecompaper February 21, 2019 Milan-listed cable maker Prysmian has been awarded new contracts worth around EUR 50 million by Chilean telecommunications firm GTD to develop a 3,550 km-long subsea fibre-optic [...]

  • EITC is driving the progress of the nation by facilitating the launch of a new submarine cable between the UAE and Pakistan.

EITC to Lay Submarine Cable Between UAE and Pakistan

February 21st, 2019|Comments Off on EITC to Lay Submarine Cable Between UAE and Pakistan

Faster Internet as Du Confirms New Subsea Cables to Link Uae, Pakistan By Gulf News February 19, 2019 Dubai: EITC (Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company), the parent company of du, is driving the progress of the nation by facilitating the launch [...]

  • NEC has been awarded a contract by Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company to connect Okinawa and Kagoshima, Japan via submarine cable.

NEC to Build Cable for Okinawa Telephone Company

February 21st, 2019|Comments Off on NEC to Build Cable for Okinawa Telephone Company

NEC to Build Submarine Cable System for Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company NEC Press Release February 18, 2019 Tokyo, Japan - NEC Corporation (TSE: 6701) announced today that a contract has been awarded by Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company for NEC to design, [...]

  • SubCom today announced that its cable ship SubCom Reliance successfully completed the repair of two Tongan submarine cables.

SubCom Reliance Completes Repair of Tonga Cable

February 15th, 2019|Comments Off on SubCom Reliance Completes Repair of Tonga Cable

SubCom Reliance Completes Successful Repair of Tonga Cable System SubCom Press Release February 15, 2019 EATONTOWN, N.J., USA – SubCom, the leading global partner for undersea data transport, today announced that its cable ship SubCom Reliance successfully completed the repair [...]

  • The former CEO of Alaska based Quintillion pleaded guilty to fraudulently inducing companies to commit more than $250 million to the project.

Former CEO of Alaska Fiber-Optic Project Pleads Guilty

February 12th, 2019|Comments Off on Former CEO of Alaska Fiber-Optic Project Pleads Guilty

Former CEO of Company Leading Alaska Fiber-Optic Project Pleads Guilty to Fraud By Alex DeMarban, Anchorage Daily News February 12, 2019 The former chief executive of a company overseeing an Arctic fiber-optic project in Alaska pleaded guilty Monday to fraudulently [...]

  • News from around the submarine telecoms industry.

This Week in Submarine Telecoms February 4-8

February 8th, 2019|Comments Off on This Week in Submarine Telecoms February 4-8

News From Around The World Of Submarine Telecoms For The Week Of February 4-8 Cable Faults & Maintenance Tonga Has Cable Connection to Outside World Restored Tonga's two-week period without a working subsea cable to Fiji has ended. The [...]

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