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SubCableWorld, the preferred information resource of the submarine telecom industry, and The Business Network for Offshore Wind, a non-profit organization dedicated to building a network that will usher the United States into the offshore wind market, announced today that they have formed a partnership arrangement to share resources and exchange mutually beneficial information and services.

The official inauguration of the Kanawa submarine cable took place on January 15 in Kourou in the presence of François Ringuet, Mayor of Kourou, Thierry Kergall, Orange French Guiana Antilles Director and Stéphane Richard, Chairman and CEO of Orange.

National Grid, Energinet Sign JV to Deliver Viking Link

Viking Link project partners, National Grid and Energinet are pleased to announce that they have entered a Joint Ownership and Operations Agreement (JOOA) to construct and operate a 760km long, high voltage direct current electricity interconnector.

Telstra Launches Continuous Connection on Subsea Cables

Telstra, together with Ericsson and Ciena, has announced a new rapid restoration service on its busiest subsea cable routes in Asia, to help keep customers continuously connected.

QTS Announces Mid-Atlantic NAP of Virginia

Responding to increasing demand for the lowest latency network access between the US and international markets, QTS Realty Trust announced the establishment of the Mid-Atlantic Network Access Point (NAP) of Virginia located in Richmond.

Affordable, Faster Connectivity for Tuvalu

An innovative public-private partnership (PPP) model, the first of its kind in Tuvalu, will develop the nation’s internet access network, with support from a US$29 million grant approved today by the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors.

Large-Scale Cables Continue to Enter the Pipeline

One of the major questions about how the submarine fiber optic cable market will develop in 2019 is, “Will large-scale cable projects continue to enter the project pipeline?”  Two weeks into 2019, the answer so far is “yes.”

Telstra announced the addition of substantial capacity to its subsea cable infrastructure with its first large capacity purchase on the new-generation New Cross Pacific (NCP) cable, and a further investment in the Faster cable.

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