Telecom consortium lights up 28 Tbps undersea cable

06/27/2013 | Computerworld

An international group of telecom and Internet companies led by Google, China Telecom and NEC has completed work on an ultrafast trans-Pacific fiber link that supports data rates of 28 Tbps among six Asian nations. Work on the 8,900-kilometer undersea link began in 2011 and cost roughly $400 million to complete.

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