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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...
The AAE-1 cable consortium has signed a supply contract with vendor NEC Corporation for the S1H segment of the cable.
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