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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 18, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Thursday, 17 August 2017 18:07

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

South America Building Domestic Cable Systems

Progress is being made across South America on new submarine cable systems.  Large-scale international projects such as SACS, Seabras-1, ARBR, Monet and others get most of the attention, but there are smaller domestic cables popping up in the Continent’s most remote regions.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 17, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Wednesday, 16 August 2017 16:01

Market Snapshot

Tracking Financial Results as the Market Surges

We have talked about the current environment in the submarine fiber optic cable market on a number of occasions this year.  Things are going well, but there are fears that they are going too well and a repeat of the market collapse of 2002 is forthcoming.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 16, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Tuesday, 15 August 2017 17:15

Market Snapshot

Strong Investment in Submarine Fiber Optic Systems Continues

As we have noted many times in our Radar Screen Report when analyzing the submarine fiber optic cable market, the availability of financing for new systems is a critically important piece of the puzzle when considering the market’s growth potential.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 15, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Monday, 14 August 2017 18:35

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

Marine Survey for NEXT Complete Ahead of Schedule

Southern Cross Cables Ltd and EGS have successfully mapped 15,000 km of seabed spanning Clovelly to Los Angeles to optimize the fastest and safest route to lay its US$350 million Southern Cross NEXT undersea cable. The cable, once laid, will deliver the highest capacity and lowest latency internet connection for Australians, New Zealanders and several Pacific Island nations accessing US-based web services and apps.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 14, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Sunday, 13 August 2017 17:17

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

Hawaiian Telcom Announces Completion of SEA-US Cable

Hawaiian Telcom announced that the historic $250 million Southeast Asia – United States (SEA-US) undersea fiber cable system is complete and ready for commercial service. Hawaiian Telcom is a part-owner and operator of the ultra-long-haul submarine fiber system connecting Indonesia, the Philippines, Guam, Hawai‘i and California.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 11, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Thursday, 10 August 2017 16:02

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

ABDIG Plans $5B Investment in Subsea Cables, Acquires FPT

Abu Dhabi Investment Group (ABDIG), a private investment group from Abu Dhabi, announced an investment to acquire 62.5% of Fiber Prime Telecommunication's (FPT) shares.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 10, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Wednesday, 09 August 2017 20:14

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

Installation of SACS Begins in Angola

Angola Cables took a step closer to completion of the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) at an official launch in Sangano, Angola. SACS is the first direct link between Africa and South America. The installation of the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) – a subsea cable with 40 Tbps of capacity that will extend more than 6,500 km to Fortaleza, Brazil – began on the Angolan coast in the municipality of Quissama. The SACS system is being constructed by NEC Corporation.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 9, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Tuesday, 08 August 2017 19:21

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

Impact of Submarine Cable Outages

There have been a number of submarine fiber optic cable outages recently.  Most reportedly have caused at most only limited disruptions in the areas they serve; the impact mitigated by having adequate diversity and disaster recovery plans to re-route traffic to other cables.  But there are still events that remind us how devastating even a brief outage can be to an Internet-dependent economy.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 8, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Monday, 07 August 2017 14:59

Market Snapshot

State of the Industry: Indicators Continue to Show Market Strength

Back in June, we wrote about the state of the submarine fiber optic cable market and noted that, in spite of some talk that the market is in danger of repeating the crash of 2002, we are seeing no signs that the forces driving recent growth are trending in that direction.

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Sub Cable World NewsFeed for August 7, 2017
Submarine Cable NewsFeed - Daily Review
Sunday, 06 August 2017 19:43

Submarine Fiber Optic Cables

Four Companies Bid for Austral

The Chilean Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications officially opened the envelopes with proposals for the construction of the submarine portion of the Southern Optical Fiber (FOA) project, an initiative that will provide better infrastructure for high-speed data transmission -- open access and non-discriminatory -- between Puerto Montt and Puerto Williams.

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