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Padtec Successfully Concludes Launching of Subfluvial Optical Cable

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The link under the bed of Rio Negro is a pilot project, part of Connected Amazon Program that will take optical fiber to the interior of Brazilian Amazon state by means of rivers paths. The Connected Amazon program is a Brazilian Army initiative in partnership with Amazon government and other public and private institutions that aims [...]

Transporting Video? Subsea Cable is Best!

By |2012-05-29T13:10:56-05:00May 29th, 2012|Categories: carrier, Content, Ethernet, Global Telecommunications, Media, Submarine Cable Network, technology trends, Telecom, Telecommunications, video streaming, Wholesale Carrier|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

GlobeNet's COO, Erick Contag, tells why in Subtel Forum's Latest Issue Submarine Telecoms Forum's latest issue, number 63, has hit the stands! The issue, focused on Subsea Capacity, features a noteworthy article from GlobeNet COO Erick Contag, "Leveraging Subsea Cable Systems for Video Transport Solutions." To recap the article a bit, when it comes to the Internet, submarine [...]