Telefónica announced on March 9 the deployment of BRUSA, a new submarine cable nearly 11,000 km in length linking Rio de Janeiro and Fortaleza (Brazil) with San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Virginia Beach (USA). The cable is expected to begin operations in early 2018 reinforcing Telefónica’s infrastructure leadership in the Americas.
According to Reuter news, the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) said on Thursday it had signed a loan agreement with Angola's state-run development bank to finance the construction of an optical submarine cable system between Angola and Brazil, the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS).
According to information from China Unicom, AAE-1 cable landed in Myanmar on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016. China Unicom is the Landing Party in Myanmar for AAE-1 cable. China Unicom is building a new cable landing station in Ngwe Saung, Myanmar.
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According to The Times of India, the Centre's green panel has given the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) clearance to Reliance Jio Infocom to build the Indian part of the Asia-Africa-Europe One (AAE-1) submarine cable system at Mumbai. Reliance Jio Infocom, a subsidiary of Reliance Industries, is one of the AAE-1 consortiu of 17 members.
Omantel announced on Tuesday the signing of the supply agreement with Xtera Communications for building Gulf to Africa (G2A) submarine cable to strengthen its position in the region and beyond. The G2A Consortium includes Omantel, Ethio Telecom, Golis Telecom and Telesom Company. Designed with 20 Tbit/s of capacity with the latest 100G technology, the G2A cable will be a direct highway from Salalah in Oman to Bosaso in Puntland and Berbera in Somaliland, with a terrestrial extension to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia.
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