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Dialog Axiata launches Maldives-Sri Lanka submarine cable system with Ooredoo, Dhiraagu

Wednesday 24 February 2021 | 14:15 CET | News
Sri Lankan operator Dialog Axiata has announced the commissioning of the Maldives Sri Lanka Cable system (MSC), enabling the delivery of broadband services. The 840 km long international submarine fiber optic cable system is designed to provide connectivity between Hulhumale in the Republic of Maldives and Mount Lavinia in Sri Lanka. Dialog and its international consortium partners Ooredoo and Dhiraagu in Maldives, together with the supplier HMN, powered the system design and implementation.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Axiata / Dhiraagu / Dialog / Ooredoo
Countries: Maldives / Sri Lanka
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