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New Web Exclusive profiles exclusive insights from RI’s leadership

Offshore Source (OS), a Technology Systems Corporation (TSC) digital publication and sister publication to SubCableWorld, today released details of its latest Web Exclusive, Rhode Island: A Blueprint for the Blue Economy. The online interactive feature explores the U.S. Blue Economy through the lens of a single American state, Rhode Island, and profiles the insights and opinions of leaders from the “Ocean State” about sustainable marine development.

OneQode Launches Asia-Pacific Gaming Hub in Guam

Australian telecommunications startup OneQode has launched a world-first gaming hub on the island of Guam as a brand new, latency-neutral server location to connect hundreds of millions of gamers across the Asia-Pacific region.

While the following does not look at the demand for cable laying vessels for offshore wind projects, focused rather on service operation vessels (SOVs) and wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV), the analysis should be of interest to the cable industry as the market continues to expand globally.

Nokia, Safaricom Launch 5G Services in Kenya

Nokia has announced that it is powering East Africa’s first 5G commercial services with Safaricom, the leading telecoms operator in Kenya.

Cybercrime Is a Threat to West Africa's Economic Growth

Editor’s Note: We have noted many times that Africa represents a huge market for the submarine cable industry.  With this in mind, we have allocated a significant amount of space in SubCableWorld for news on the African economy.  Continuing with this effort, the following is an article by Titilayo Adewumi, Regional Sales Director: West Africa at SAP, on the threat to West African economies from cybercrime.

DE-CIX: Number of the Year 2020: 32 Exabytes of Data Traffic

DE-CIX, the operator of the world’s largest Internet Exchange in terms of data throughput, has determined for the first time the total volume of data that passed through its worldwide Internet Exchanges within one year.

TeleGeography: Global Internet Capacity Grew by 35% in 2020

TeleGeography has revealed a 35% growth in international internet capacity, from around 450 Tbps to over 600 Tbps between 2019 and 2020.

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