Tag: cables


Thursday Roundup: Telia, Telxius, Ciena, Infinera, CTS

January 28, 2021

Via: Telecom Ramblings

Telia Carrier has deployed a new PoP on the eastern end of the MAREA submarine cable. They have launched a presence at Telxius’s Derio Communications Hub outside of Bilbao, Spain. The facility combines the functionality of a cable landing station […]

Internet, Modern Media

Submarine Cables: What does the future hold?

August 23, 2019

Via: Telecom Ramblings

The Earth is a watery place. H2O covers 71% of our planet’s surface, and vast oceans separate countries and continents by thousands of miles. Yet, nations and peoples are drawing closer than at any point before in history. Certainly, some […]


Colo Bytes: Chayora, NJFX, eStruxture, Digital Realty

January 22, 2019

Via: Telecom Ramblings

Fresh off of launching its new TJ1 facility in Tianjin, Chayora has revealed a bit more of how it plans to take on the Chinese data center market. This week they announced a strategic partnership with Beijing Sinnet Technology. As […]

Editorial, Unified communications

What are the dilemmas in copper cables moving out to let fiber in?

February 20, 2018

Via: Andy Melman

Telecommunications copper cables mainly belong to the group of outside plat cables (aerial cables, duct/buried cables, last link wire cables) and to the group of central office cables, which serve for signal transmission within buildings. Another producer describes their copper […]

Internet, Unified communications

Fido Cable challenges cable, telco stronghold with nationwide DSL, cable services reselling business

September 13, 2016

Via: Fierce Telecom News

Fido Cable, a unit of Sky Play, has launched with the aim of offering nationwide DSL-based broadband and video services to challenge the current hold cable and traditional telcos have on the consumer services market. To offer its video service […]