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Installation Begins on Bulk’s HAVSIL

Bulk Fiber Networks announced the start of installation for the HAVSIL submarine cable express route between Kristiansand, Norway, and Hanstholm, Denmark.

Grace Hopper Lands near Bilbao Thanks to Telxius

Google’s Grace Hopper subsea cable has landed at Telxius’ Sopelana station, near Bilbao, as was announced at the end of last year, thanks to Telxius’ landing and colocation services.

Neos Networks Expansion into Blackpool Landing Station

Neos Networks announces significant network expansion across Lancashire by connecting to the submarine cable landing station at Blackpool.

FCC Grants Special Temporary Authority for PLCN Operations

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has granted the request for special temporary authority (STA) filed on August 17, 2021, by GU Holdings Inc. to allow the continued commercial operation of the portion of the Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) connecting the United States and Taiwan while the Commission considers the application for a cable landing license for the cable, SCL-LIC-20200827-00038.

Siemens to Power Troll Platforms from Shore

Siemens Energy received a contract from Aker Solutions to supply the complete packages for the electrical transmission, distribution, and power management system (PMS) for the Troll West electrification project in the North Sea.

Guidelines for Ships Using Alternative Fuels Released

SubCableWorld has committed to the topic of alternative fuels for ships, as these fuels have begun being used on cable ships. The following story is part of our coverage of this topic. 

euNetworks Delivers Scylla Cable System

euNetworks Group Limited announced that it has completed a strategic investment of critical fibre-based internet infrastructure linking London and Amsterdam, including the delivery of a new subsea high fibre count cable system named Scylla that is now in service.

Norway Supports New Ocean Grid Project in the North Sea

The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Iselin Nybø, announced that the Ocean Grid project will get financial support of 82.7 million NOK, through the Green Platform scheme.

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