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Orange to work on new Comoros-Mayotte undersea cable

Thursday 13 July 2017 | 11:00 CET | News
Orange will be part of a consortium responsible for building and maintaining a new undersea cable of around 400 km linking the Comoros archipelago to Mayotte, expected to become operational in 2018. Named FLY-LION3, the cable will have two fibre pairs and an overall capacity of 4 Tbps.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Orange
Countries: Africa / Comoros / Mayotte
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