NJFX Utility Service LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of NJFX, has successful acquired key infrastructure assets from SubCom LLC, originally developed in 2001. This acquisition comprises bore pipes and conduits situated in Manasquan and Avon, New Jersey. This offers purpose built underground access to the NJFX Wall CLS Campus. These critical infrastructure assets required maintenance, which involves use of complicated and scarce marine expertise.
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Arelion said that it secured a new customer in Monterrey, Mexico, continuing its expansion into the country’s connectivity market by serving Conexity's IP service needs. Arelion will empower Conexity with low-latency, diverse connectivity to meet the technological requirements of Conexity's customers in Monterrey's private and government sectors. By leveraging its award-winning customer service team, Arelion will provide Conexity with exceptional service delivery experiences that enable technological innovation in essential industries.
GI Partners, a leading investor in data infrastructure businesses, has closed a deal to welcome Sixth Street, a leading global investment firm, as a strategic investor in Blue Stream Fiber. The transaction provides Blue Stream Fiber with additional resources to expand as it continues to provide leading fiber-optic connectivity services to residential and commercial customers.
Batelco and e& announced on February 14 that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to land the Al Khaleej subsea cable system in the UAE. This MoU will see the 1,400km-long cable connecting the UAE to Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar.
Telstra International, the global arm of leading telecommunications and technology company Telstra, and Trans Pacific Networks (TPN) have partnered on the Echo cable, the first subsea cable to directly connect the US to Singapore, creating a new route and delivering vital connectivity in the Trans-Pacific.
Lightstorm, owned by I Squared Capital, a prominent independent global infrastructure investment firm headquartered in Miami, has signed asset purchase agreements with court-appointed receivers in both Delaware and Singapore to acquire three submarine cables, including the JGA-North as well as significant portions of the JGA-South and SEA-US cable systems.
University of Hawaiʻi (UH) and Ocean Networks, Inc. (ONI) announced a $120 million, public-private partnership to construct a submarine optical fiber cable system that will connect the Hawaiian Islands and improve and expand high-speed broadband internet throughout the state. The project, the Hawaiian Islands Fiber Link (HIFL), is a key component of Connect Kākou, the state’s broadband initiative, a top priority of the Governor. Josh Green administration. Under the direction of Lt. Governor Sylvia Luke, Connect Kākou will ensure that people from all walks of life have reliable and affordable access to high-speed internet.
Harbour Centre, a cornerstone of Western Canada’s digital landscape, proudly announced the launch of Meet-Me-Room 5 (MMR5) — an inaugural step towards a cutting-edge, digital-first complex that integrates both the Harbour Centre and Spencer Building.
Google announced plans for the central Pacific Connect initiative, which will deliver two new intra-Pacific cables — Bulikula and Halaihai — in collaboration with Amalgamated Telecom Holdings (ATH), APTelecom, and Telstra to increase digital connectivity in the central Pacific.
Telstra International, a global arm of Telstra, has taken the first step to extend its network capabilities into Latin America by establishing a new dedicated point-of-presence (PoP) at Stemmons Towers in Dallas, Texas and collaborating with leading Mexican telecommunications providers, Axtel and Vivaro.