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TeleGeography, a global telecommunications market research and consulting firm, has launched its 2021 Submarine Cable Map, sponsored by Telecom Egypt. According to the research company the map visualises 464 global cables and 1,245 landing stations, as well as major future deployments. It also analyses the changing dynamics in the market and influence of new players...

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Broadband connectivity is currently a popular product around the world. Guaranteeing companies’ access to high quality is the objective set by Angola Cables, which wants to become a world benchmark supplier. Angola Cables has strengthened the data capacities of its international submarine fiber optic cable called MONET. 2.2 terabits were added to the network segments connecting Miami...

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A new submarine cable that connects Djibouti, Somalia and Kenya is now active after more than 5 years of work. 4,900 km long, it is equipped with the latest generation of optical fiber. The consortium behind the project brings together Djibouti Telecom, Somtel, Hormuud Telecom and Telkom Kenya. They have invested a total amount of over 81...