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PCCW Global to link Rodrigues with undersea cable for Mauritius Telecom

Monday 5 March 2018 | 10:48 CET | News
PCCW Global has agreed with Mauritius Telecom to construct and maintain a high speed submarine cable connecting the Indian Ocean Islands of Rodrigues and Mauritius, which it said will vastly improve connectivity for Rodrigues. PCCW Global will cooperate with Huawei Marine Networks to construct the Mauritius and Rodrigues Submarine Cable System (MARS), a 700km undersea cable with a bandwidth design capacity of 16Tbps. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Huawei Marine Networks / Mauritius Telecom / PCCW
Countries: Mauritius
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