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This Week In Submarine Telecoms June 19-23

SubOptic Xtera Chairman To Serve as Programme Chair For SubOptic 2019 Cable Faults MainOne’s Submarine Cable Out For 14 Days APG Submarine Cable Damaged Conferences & Associations ICPC Issues New Recommendations On Cable Operations and [...]

ICPC Issues New Recommendations On Cable Operations and Deep Seabed Mining

By ICPC Press Release June 23, 2017 LYMINGTON, United Kingdom - The International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC) has issued its much-awaited Recommendation No. 17 titled: Submarine Cable Operations in Deep Seabed Mining Concessions Designated by [...]

MainOne’s Submarine Cable Out For 14 Days

By Prince Osuagwu, Vanguard News June 20, 2017 MainOne, Tuesday announced that repairs on its submarine cable which suffered a major fault Sunday has commenced. However, the appealed for its customers’patience throughout the repair period which [...]

APG Submarine Cable Damaged

By Vietnam Investment Review June 22, 2017 The Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable snapped at its Viet Nam-Hong Kong segment at 4pm, on Tuesday. A representative from an internet service provider informed the online [...]

Sunshine Coast’s Submarine Cable Protection Zone Gets Support From Australian Councils

By My Sunshine Coast June 21, 2017 Representatives from councils across Australia have supported a motion calling on the Federal Government to amend the Telecommunications Act 1997 to facilitate consideration of Sunshine Coast Council’s application [...]

Xtera Chairman To Serve as Programme Chair For SubOptic 2019

By Xtera Press Release June 20, 2017 LONDON, United Kingdom – Xtera®, a provider of innovative subsea fibre optic solutions, announces today that its Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, Dr. Stuart Barnes, has been selected by [...]

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