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2010-07-14 NEC bags APCN2 submarine cable upgrade deal
NEC Corp. has been chosen to update the Asia Pacific Cable Network 2 that runs over 19,000km of cable to serving the Asia Pacific
2004-04-02 Fujitsu to build fiber-optic cable network for Sea-Me-We
Fujitsu Ltd has been selected by the Sea-Me-We 4 consortia, together with its co-contractor Alcatel, to construct a high-capacity fiber-optic submarine cable network, as part of the Sea-Me-We 4 submarine optical network linking Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Western Europe.
2008-03-11 Fujitsu takes part in submarine cable network upgrade
Fujitsu has announced it is taking part in the planned capacity upgrade of the SEA-ME-WE 4 submarine cable network that connects numerous countries between Singapore and France.
2009-04-01 Contract to create Asian submarine cable net system
NEC Corp. has signed a turn-key contract with PT. Fangbian Iskan Corporindo and Telemedia Pacific Inc. to supply the new intra-Asian Submarine Cable Asia Network (SCAN) system, which will span 4,300km, with three branching units to support potential future expansion to key ASEAN countries.
2008-08-04 Alcatel-Lucent inks deal on submarine optical network
Alcatel-Lucent has signed a contract to deploy the Atlantic-Mediterranean segment of the 15,000km, Europe India Gateway (EIG) submarine cable system
2008-05-08 Verizon joins Europe-India undersea optical cable project
Verizon Business has joined a consortium of 16 companies constructing a next-generation undersea optical cable system connecting Europe, the Middle East and India
2014-01-22 Telstra, Infinera reinforce APAC long haul submarine cable routes
Infinera and Telstra have announced the upgrade of multiple ultra-long haul submarine cable routes to optimise reliability on key routes such as the Reach North Asia Loop, which spans 9,000km to connect Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea
2010-06-02 Submarine net to boost Indonesia data transmission
Fujitsu Ltd and Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH (NSW) of Germany have completed a $100 million submarine optic-fiber cable network for Telkom Indonesia.
2008-07-04 NEC, Sumitomo absorb submarine optic cable specialist
NEC Corp. and Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd have announced the acquisition of OCC Holdings and its subsidiary OCC Corp., which manufactures fiber optic submarine
2003-12-04 NEC launches TIS optical cable network
NEC announced that it has successfully completed the construction of a new submarine optical cable network, named TIS (Thailand - Indonesia - Singapore).
2004-11-03 India's Tata Group acquires Tyco Network at bargain price
In a new indication that the sale of U.S.-built telecommunications infrastructure to foreign interests at fire-sale prices is continuing, Tyco International announced Monday (Nov. 1) that it is selling its Tyco Global Network to India's Tata Group. Tyco and Tata said the world's most advanced and extensive submarine cable system will be transferred to Tata's Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd (VSNL) for $130 million.
2010-06-03 GBI, Pacnet improve Gulf region-Asia connection
Middle East submarine cable operator Gulf Bridge International (GBI) and Pacnet have partnered to extend their international connectivity and provide new and cost-effective solutions for customers
2014-12-15 Thailand lays down plan to extend ICT infrastructure
The government must make an ambitious investment of at least $6.1 billion in ICT infrastructure and human resources within two years if it wants to get the digital economy off the ground.
2002-01-11 NEC, Celestica sign five-year manufacturing agreement
NEC Corp. and Celestica Inc. have signed a five-year supply agreement with a total estimated revenue of about $2.5 billion.
2009-12-01 NEC bags Taiwan ocean observation system deal
The submarine-cable based system includes ocean bottom seismographs and pressure gauge instruments
2009-01-23 Indonesia comms provider taps Fujitsu, NSW for optic-fiber nets
Fujitsu Ltd and its partner Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH (NSW) have won a turnkey contract from PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (PT Telkom) worth more than $100 million to install a submarine optic-fiber cable system for the Indonesian islands Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Java, Bali and Lombok
2009-09-25 Altech, Seacom forge strategic alliance
Through the alliance Altech secures the East African region for the distribution of much needed bandwidth.
2008-03-27 AT&T, NTT joins Trans-Pacific Consortium
The Trans-Pacific Express Consortium members working on an 18,000km fiber-optic submarine communications cable between the Asia-Pacific region and the United States have welcomed two new members: AT&T and NTT Communications
2005-09-20 Asia Netcom to provide IPv6 at 2005 World Expo
Asia Netcom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chinese incumbent telecommunications service provider, China Netcom, will play a vital part in an experiment to demonstrate the ability of the next-generation Internet to enable high-quality video communications worldwide.
2012-04-19 Ruggedize USB connections for harsh environments
USB is not inherently rugged or reliable, but you can make it that way.
2012-07-05 Prevent Hindenburg-level USB meltdown in harsh industrial environments
Learn how USB can suddenly go up in smoke, and what can be done to prevent it.
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