Submarine telegraph cable

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a telegraph cable laid under water to connect stations separated by a body of water.

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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 5, 2019-: Submarine Communications Cable Market To Exhibit A CAGR Of 6.12% During The Forecast Period 2019-2024 | Radiant Insights, Inc.
A number of local companies and other state-owned companies have entered into serious negotiations with Orascom Telecom Media and Technology Holding (OTMT) to acquire a controlling stake or a major one in Middle East North Africa is a submarine communications cable system(MENA Cabels), one of the group's subsidiaries, as well as India's Bharti Airtel.
The submarine communications cable was intended to boost the Internet speed and download capacity for customers.
AAG is a 20,000-km submarine communications cable system, connecting Southeast Asia with the US mainland, across the Pacific Ocean via Guam and Hawaii.
IMEWE is a 13,000 km submarine communications cable system between India and France.
A submarine communications cable is a cable laid on the seabed between landbased stations to carry telecommunication signals across stretches of ocean.
WACS is an under-construction submarine communications cable that links South Africa with the UK.
IN 1850, THE ANGLO-FRENCH TELEGRAPH COMPANY laid the world's first submarine communications cable. It stretched between Britain and France and was followed in 1866 by the first transantlantic cable.
"Apart from Iran-Kuwait submarine communications cable network, Iran is launching an optical fiber channel and an under-water communications cable in the Persian Gulf," Zohourifar said.
An-Nahar newspaper reported Monday that Nahhas had sent a letter to the IMEWE consortium to inform them of the ministry's decision to deprive Ogero of its prerogatives on the IMEWE project, a 13,000-kilometer submarine communications cable system between India and France with a capacity of 3.84 terabits per second, which was due to launch in Lebanon on December 13.
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