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Cinia signs up United Cable Company for C-Lion1 sales

Wednesday 11 May 2016 | 12:28 CET | News
Cinia said it has signed an agreement with the David Ross Group (DRG), which specialises in planning and operating undersea fibre-optic telecommunication infrastructure, worldwide, to provide asset and capacity sales for its C-Lion1 cable running under the Baltic Sea from Finland to Germany. DRG affiliate United Cable Company (UCC) will provide Cinia with a presence outside of Europe and offer global connectivity to new target groups.

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Companies: Cinia / UCC
Countries: World
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