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Google opts for Padtec for subsea network

Wednesday 16 March 2016 | 13:00 CET | News
Brazilian optical communications technology provider Padtec has been selected by Google to manage and execute the deployment of an underwater high-speed network that will connect Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. The submarine cable named Junior will connect the Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro to Praia Grande in Santos. The turnkey solution provided by Padtec will be approximately 390 kilometers long and have eight fibre pairs. The Junior cable will interconnect with others operated by Google, aimed at increasing the data transmission infrastructure in Latin America. Padtec will provide the

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Google / Padtec
Countries: Brazil
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