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19 February 2013
Telekom Malaysia (TM) has announced that its first private international submarine cable system, Cahaya Malaysia, has officially landed at Tseung Kwan O, in Hong Kong, completing its intended route.
Cahaya Malaysia is designed to offer low latency connections
from Malaysia to Japan and Hong Kong and has been carrying
internet traffic between Japan and Malaysia since August
The final leg to Hong Kong was completed earlier this month
and is now ready to serve connections between Malaysia and Hong
Kong and Hong Kong and...
Bjarni Thorvardason, CEO at Hibernia Networks, has told Capacity that the operator did not contemplate
Seaborn Networks and French vendor Alcatel-Lucent have commenced construction of the Seabras-1 submarine cable, set to connect Brazil and the US.
Plans are in motion for the revitalisation of a disused subsea cable to connect Cornwall – in the UK’s south west – to the remote Isles of Scilly, as the country edges closer to reaching its target of nationwide broadband coverage.
A consortium of seven global operators has announced plans for a new subsea cable system to directly connect south east Asia to the US.
Deutsche Telekom is contemplating the acquisition of smaller cable operators, according to local reports.
Chinese vendor Huawei has partnered with Telekom Malaysia (TM) subsidiary Telekom Research and Development (TM R&D) to co-develop next-generation access technologies for fixed-line and mobile operators in Malaysia.