SBSS has successfully completed the installation and burial of two subsea power cables connecting Margarita Island to Chacopata on the Venezuelan mainland. With SBSS already recognized in the industry as one of Asia’s leading subsea cable solutions provider, this milestone project was their first to be executed in Latin America.
Hibernia Networks have selected Ciena to provide advanced optical solutions on the Hibernia Networks platform. The first element of Hibernia’s network to utilize Ciena’s technology will be Hibernia’s Trans-Atlantic system.
As part of the new relationship with Ciena, Hibernia has also joined Ciena’s BizConnect partner program, offering a comprehensive go-tomarket strategy that includes joint marketing, training and technical support to penetrate new customers and industries in North America and Europe.
Alcatel-Lucent has signed a contract with a consortium composed of Spark New Zealand, Telstra and Vodafone to deploy the Tasman Global Access (TGA) undersea cable system that will connect New Zealand to Australia on a direct 2,300 km link.
Partners Group, the global private markets investment manager, has signed an agreement to invest in the construction of the first direct subsea fiber optic cable between New York, USA, and Sấo Paulo, Brazil, on behalf of its clients. Partners Group is providing all of the equity financing for the project, Seabras-1, which is being developed by Seaborn Networks (Seaborn) and has a total project cost of approximately USD 500 million.
Huawei Marine Second Generation Repeater and Branching Unit Achieves Successful Sea Trial in the Atlantic Ocean
Huawei Marine, a global submarine network provider, today announced the successful completion of sea trials for its second-generation Repeater, RPT 1660 R2, and Branching Unit, BU 1650 R2.
Both innovative second-generation products were recently tested in the extreme winter conditions of the Atlantic Ocean on-board the Cable Innovator, the flagship of parent company Global Marine Systems Ltd. The trials took place off the Portuguese coastline, over a 30-day period in November 2014.
According to Vietnamnet, the AAG submarine cable was cut at 8:04 am on January 5, at a point about 117km from the landing station in Vung Tau. It seems Vietnam ISPs have improved their network diversity and restoration of internet traffic.
- Top Stories of 2014
- Telstra to Acquire Pacnet for US$697 million
- China Unicom Announces to Land AAE-1 Cable in Myanmar
- China-Myanmar International (CMI) Terrestrial Cable Launches for Service
- MENA Submarine Cable System Launches for Service
- Angola Cables Announces to Build the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS)
- FASTER Cable vs New Cross Pacific (NCP)
- KT Celebrates APG NOC Opening
- NCP Consortium Announces the Signing of C&MA and Supply Contract
- NCP Consortium to Sign Agreements in October
- Google to Build Brazil-US Cable (COTA)
- PLDT Invests $2million in AAG 100G Upgrade
- AAG Upgrades with Ciena's 100G Technology
- Huawei Marine Begins Manufacturing of Far East Submarine Cable for Rostelecom
- AAE-1 Hong Kong Extension Agreements Come into Force
- AAG Cable Cut Again While Repairing
- AAG Cable Cuts Incur Blames on its Poor Design in Vietnam
- SEA-ME-WE 5 Consortium Starts Project Construction
- China Mobile Retains New Counsel for FCC 214 License Application
- China Telecom Adds a New PoP in Amsterdam