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euNetworks Expands Its Long Haul Network to Poland

euNetworks Group Limited has expanded its long haul network into Poland, delivering three new routes to Warsaw.

Quintillion Releases Report on Industry Challenges

The subsea cable industry is seeing immense growth and continues to be an integral part of the world’s internet infrastructure system.

Con Edison Proposes New Jersey Plans Offshore Network

Con Edison Transmission, Inc. is proposing to build Clean Link New Jersey, an offshore transmission network to deliver wind power from multiple generators at sea with minimal impact to local communities, marine life and views along the Garden State’s famous shoreline.

Ofgem Gives Green Light to Investment in New Interconnectors

The United Kingdom’s energy regulator, Ofgem, is inviting bids to bring forward billions of pounds of investment in new electricity interconnectors to help boost energy security, hit the country’s climate goals, and save money for energy consumers.

NEXTDC Adds Data Centre on Australia’s Sunshine Coast

NEXTDC Ltd announced the launch of its new edge data centre network with the acquisition of its first regional data centre site in Maroochydore, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast (“SC1”).

Malaysian Government Reports New Subsea Cable Plans

The Malaysian government is currently in the final phase of negotiations with four multinational companies (MNCs) to develop cloud-based services facilities and data centres in the country, Minister of Communications and Multimedia Tan Sri Annuar Musa said.

Angola Cables, Cabo Verde Telecom Form Partnership

CVTelecom (Cabo Verde Telecom) and Angola Cables have signed a joint cooperation agreement to identify synergies to expand connectivity and network capabilities.

Six Nations Join Together to Build Pacific Subsea Cable

Australia, Japan, and the United States are committed to working in partnership with the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Kiribati, and Nauru to improve internet connectivity to these three Pacific nations by providing funding to build a new undersea cable.

Seaway 7 Confirms Taiwan OWF Cable Installation Contract

Seaway 7 ASA has confirmed the award of a sizeable contract (defined by the company as being between $50m and $150m) by China Steel Power Corporation Ltd for the transport and installation of the submarine cable system of the Zhong Neng Offshore Wind Farm (OWF) in Taiwan.

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