Transatlantic capacity & digital consumption booms- cables connecting Atlantic shores now amount to 938.2 Tbps.

Clouds are not in the sky, they are mostly underwater, or at least their veins are. Connectivity submarine cables have been with us for 170 years, but the sector is now undergoing a major makeover in how it deals with legacy infrastructure as well as how it builds new one. But most importantly, the key shift is on who is now behind these new projects…

Around the globe, many players continue to move waters to connect the unconnected, and a growing sensibility around protecting marine life and bringing sustainability to the forefront of deployments has also gained pace. Leading names in the game include Orange Marine, Crosslake Fibre, Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks SAS, MainOne, Bulk Infrastructure, Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH, NJFX CLS, Globenet, Confluence Networks, Aqua Comms, Eastern Light, Seaborn Networks and more.

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