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Crosslake Fibre to build submarine cable connecting Long Island to Wall, New Jersey

Monday 23 October 2017 | 17:12 CET | News
Crosslake Fibre will build a new submarine fibre-optic cable from Wall, New Jersey to Long Island, New York. The company said it will own and manage the system as an independent operator. The company will offer dark fibre and managed services to enterprise and carrier customers and has a targeted ready-for-service (RFS) date of June 2019 for the Wall to Long Island project. The cable system will directly connect Wall, NJ and Long Island with a 95-kilometre high fibre count unrepeatered submarine cable. The system will provide a physically diverse, lower latency route between cable landing

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Companies: Crosslake Fibre / RFS
Countries: United States
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