Other Fiber Technology Industry News

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Alewijnse Kits Out DEME’s Cable Layer


System integrator Alewijnse Marine has completed electrical outfitting works on board DEME’s new subsea cable layer Living Stone. The Living Stone has been designed to support wind farm insta... » Read more

SubCom Inks Manatua Submarine Cable Deal


SubCom and the Manatua Consortium announced the contract is in force for the supply and installation of the Manatua submarine cable system. The Manatua Consortium is composed of: The Office des Pos... » Read more

SEACOM announces strategic acquisition of FibreCo Telecommunications


P an-African telecommunications service provider, SEACOM, announced the conclusion of a sale agreement for the 100% acquisition of FibreCo Telecommunications by its affiliate SEACOM South Africa. F... » Read more

Seacom acquires FibreCo


Seacom has announced that it has concluded the 100% acquisition of FibreCo. FibreCo owns and operates a national open access dark fibre network, providing infrastructure, connectivity and services ... » Read more

Teraco data centres to get SACS cable boost


Data centre provider Teraco, says that clients using its data centres in Cape Town and Johannesburg will benefit from the cross connection to the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) – Africa&r... » Read more

NextDC strikes INDIGO cable deal with Superloop


Connection to the INDIGO subsea cable system will be offered from NextDC’s P1 and P2 data centres in Perth as well as its Sydney S1 and S2 facilities. NextDC announced today it had reached an... » Read more

USNS Zeus cable-laying ship to undergo overhaul


The U.S. Navy has given Colonna's Shipyard $10.5 million for a four-month overhaul of the USNS Zeus cable-laying ship. The contract, announced Friday by the Department of Defense, will include gene... » Read more

Internet access in the developing world: more than just a connectivity issue


According to recent statistics, o ver 4 billion people still lack internet access, or at best, a sufficiently reliable connection. Of those who do, a large proportion still experience limited capac... » Read more

KPN tests 5G applications at Shell refinery in Rotterdam port


KPN has conducted a 5G pilot in the port of Rotterdam with partners Shell, Huawei, ExRobotics, Accenture and ABB, looking at how the new mobile technology and network sensors can help optimise prod... » Read more

While smartphone giants deliver 5G next year, 5G iPhones to arrive in 2020


The Apple logo is seen on a computer screen in an illustration photo taken in Bordeaux, France, February 1, 2017. — Reuters pic NEW YORK, Nov 6 — According to a Fast Company source, App... » Read more

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