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Supporting the 3 billion people using Facebook services around the world with the best possible experience requires scalable network connectivity between their data centers and the rest of the world. In North America, this means developing new fiber routes that provide fast, efficient, and reliable access to the people using their products and services.

Read more: Facebook to Sell Excess Fiber Capacity

In order to continue accelerating the digitization of the country, Telefonica’s Movistar has deployed the first mobile communication network in South America based on Open RAN technology, covering 81,000 inhabitants in the city of Puerto Madryn, in Chubut Argentina. IBM has led the systems integration, bringing together components and systems from multiple software and hardware vendors - including Altiostar, Red Hat, Quanta, Gigatera and Kontron, pre-integrating the solution and enabling its end-to-end deployment.

Read more: Telefonica’s Movistar turns on Open RAN Network in South America

Confluence received an investment required to complete the development and construction of its Confluence-1 subsea cable system. The funding is given by MasTec Inc., a US-based infrastructure construction company, upon buying an equity interest in the company.
Read more: First Subsea Cable System on the US East Coast Gains Funding

PCCW Global, in collaboration with Naitel, a licensed telecommunications service provider in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, have enhanced Middle Eastern international connectivity and expanded the region’s network reach by extending PCCW Global’s growing global Tier 1 network coverage via a new IP node in Aqaba, Jordan.

Read more: PCCW Global Enhances Global Network

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