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Insight Analysis on China Telecom and Orange Partnership

Beijing, October 13, 2011 -- China Telecom and Orange yesterday signed a strategic partnership framework agreement in Beijing in order to make the most of the complementary aspects of their networks and services. Mr.Stéphane Richard, Chairman and CEO of France Telecom-Orange, and Mr. WANG Xiaochu, Chairman of China Telecom executed the agreement.  The new partnership may signal that Orange has abandoned its former Chinese partner, China Unicom.

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KDDI Unveils Aggressive Offers over RJCN and TEA Cable Systems

In the recent Asian Carriers' Conference 2011 (ACC 2011) in Cebu, the Philippines, KDDI promoted its aggressive offers and solutions over the Russia-Japan Cable Network (RJCN) and the Transit Europe-Asia (TEA) cable system. The IPLC/IEPL price over TEA cable system will go down significantly. The other providers offering Transit Europe-Asia solutions over the TEA cable system and the ERA cable system may have to adjust their prices.

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Kinmen-Xiamen Submarine Cable Project Turns Green

According to Taipei news, the National Communications Commission (NCC)  announced Wednesday that it has approved the Kinmen-Xiamen submarine cable project to be jointly invested by Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) and three mailand operators, China Telecom, China Unicom, and China Mobile.

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Chinese Companies to Build Trans-Tasman Cable

September 22, 2011 - According to the Austrialian Communications Day, Chinese companies are planning to build a new Trans Tasman submarine internet cable between New Zealand and Australia.

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China Mobile to Show up in Submarine Networks

In the recent 2011 China Communications Industry Development Forum held in Beijing on August 8, 2011, Mr. Lu Xiangdong, vice president of China Mobile Group said China Mobile should make every effort to participate in the construction of international submarine cable systems. As reported, China Mobile has joined the SJC consortium and the APG consortium to invest on the intra-Asia submarine cable systems, and also participated in the construction of the TSE-1 and the Xiamen-Jinmen submarine cables across the Taiwan Strait.

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Transit Europe-Asia (TEA) Upgrades to 200 Gbps

Moscow - June 6, 2011

Rostelecom announced that it has wrapped up a deal with China Telecom to expand the capacity of the Transit Europe-Asia (TEA) system to 200 Gbps.

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CenturyLink to Acquire Savvis for $2.5 billion plus Net Debt

While the telecom industry is astonished by the announcement on April 11, 2011 that Level3 is going to acquire Global Crossing, and chating about its impacts on the industry, and analyst expecting that there should be acquisitions and mergings of the other operators so as to form considerable competitive advantages against the Levels and Global Crossing merger, it is coming the acquisition of Savvis by CenturyLink.

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New Cables Cut - Cable Repair Update

As mentioned in an early ariticle, the cable repair after the Japan earthquake may take longer, and the industry is nervse about any additional cable cuts.

Unfortunately, there were multiple cable cuts reported in Asia region, TPE, EAC and C2C were affected.

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LEVEL 3 TO ACQUIRE GLOBAL CROSSING

April 11, 2011, US time, Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:  LVLT) and Global Crossing Limited (NASDAQ:  GLBC) today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Level 3 will acquire Global Crossing in a tax-free, stock-for-stock transaction. The combined company will operate a unique global services platform anchored by fiber optic networks on three continents, connected by extensive undersea facilities. The combined network will serve a worldwide customer set with owned network in more than 50 countries and connections to more than 70 countries. This transaction will create a company with pro forma combined 2010 revenues of $6.26 billion and pro forma combined 2010 Adjusted EBITDA of $1.27 billion before synergies and $1.57 billion after expected synergies.

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