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WASACE Cable Company launched

WASACE is an exciting new international communications system linking the major markets of four continents - Africa, South America, North America and Europe, with undersea fiber-optic cable. It is the largest such project ever mounted in the Atlantic Ocean. The projects' total fiber length is seven times the circumference of the earth. If the fibers were connected end-to-end, they would stretch three quarters of the way to the moon.

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NSW to supply and install export cable for the grid connection of the offshore w

For the connection of the offshore wind farm Borkum Riffgrund 1 with the offshore converter platform DolWin alpha via two parallel 155 kV AC submarine cable systems, Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH (NSW) has been awarded on November 8, 2011 by TenneT TSO GmbH (TenneT) the order for the supply and installation of 26 kilometers 155 kV AC submarine power cable systems.

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Tata Communications and Nawras go-live with Oman to India TGN-Gulf cable system

Tata Communications, a global communications service provider that owns and operates the world's largest subsea cable network, and Nawras, Oman's customer-friendly communications provider, today announce the launch of the Oman to India TGN-Gulf cable. The undersea cable will be used to instantaneously route voice and data traffic from Oman to Mumbai (India) and onwards to the rest of the world, via the Tata Global Network (TGN).

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GO announces repair of damaged submarine cable

GO is pleased to announce that the submarine cable damaged by third parties on the 5th November has been completely repaired, following round-the-clock efforts by a specialised repair vessel, which is contracted on a standby-basis for such emergencies.

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Cables between the Cape Verde Islands

The Cape Verde project is being installed between four of the Cape Verde islands these days. The end customer is the local Capo Verde Telecom SA.

SUBSEA TELECOMS NEWS

Novacavi presents new custom tow cable with austenitic stainless steel armour

Novacavi is really pleased to announce great satisfaction in production and use of a new purpose-built tow cable with non-magnetic metal protection.

SUBSEA TELECOMS NEWS

NEC announces completion of first integrated ocean observation system for Taiwan

NEC Corporation today announced the completion of its first submarine-cable based integrated ocean observation system for the Central Weather Bureau of Taiwan. The system has been deployed in the sea off of eastern coast of Taiwan in order to strengthen seismic and environmental observations in the area. NEC won this construction project in September 2009.

SUBSEA TELECOMS NEWS

ACE Africa cable to go online late next year

A fibre-optic cable from France to South Africa will go online in the second half of 2012, bringing high-speed Internet links to a host of west African countries, France Telecom said Wednesday.

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New submarine electricity cable projects to multiply more than five-fold by 2020

While the high-voltage submarine cable sector remains a niche market, underwater power transmission is becoming more prevalent in the infrastructure plans of countries around the world. The current push for more readily available renewable power has created new opportunities – for grid interconnections and connecting offshore wind farms to nearby landmasses, for example – and grid operators are turning to submarine power transmission cables to help supplement or replace aging and inadequate grid infrastructures. According to a recent report from Pike Research, submarine transmission cable projects will increase from just over 60 worldwide in 2011 to more than 350 cables by 2020, placing significant pressure on the existing industry.

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Nexans wins power umbilical contract for Chevron-operated Jack and St. Malo fiel

Nexans wins power umbilical contract for Chevron-operated Jack and St. Malo fields in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico

Nexans, a worldwide leading expert in the cable industry, has been awarded a contract by Chevron U.S.A. Inc. to design, manufacture and supply a total of 138,000 feet (42km) of power umbilicals and terminations for the Jack and St. Malo fields in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico. The umbilicals shall be loaded out from the new long-term storage carousel in Mobile, Alabama dedicated to providing enhanced logistical support for customers in the Gulf of Mexico region.


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