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24 January 2013
Tata Communications is upgrading its TGN-Atlantic subsea cable, linking New York to London, to offer 100Gbps services.
Ciena’s 6500 Packet Optical Platform is being
used for the deployment, which is designed to deliver
additional bandwidth and flexibility to carriers and
enterprises in the US and Europe.
The vendor’s GeoMesh solution, designed to
Caribbean operator Digicel has decided to withdraw its plans to go public in New York, citing market volatility.
Gulf Bridge International (GBI) has become a partner of the London Internet Exchange (LINX).
AMS-IX’s US subsidiary, AMS-IX USA, has added its first Brazilian company, GlobeNet, to the AMS-IX USA Partner Program.
US carrier Sprint is reportedly set to cut as much as $2.5 billion in costs over the next six months.
NTT Communications has revealed that the section of its global IP network between Japan and the US exceeded 1Tbps of capacity in September.
US-based service provider Spirit Communications has partnered with Alcatel-Lucent for its 7950 XRS core router to support increasing data capacity demands in the country’s South East.