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Zeusconnects Lowestoft in the UK to Zandvoort in the Netherlands (credit: Zayo)

Connecting continents

Can subsea cables cope with a world in flux? Alice Jensen finds out

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Walking the line towards 100Tb/s

Keely Portway on how the next-generation of optical networks will be able to provide the capacity required to support ever-increasing  bandwidth demand

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EASSy submarine network gets capacity upgrade

EASSy, a 10,000km submarine cable system spanning Africa’s east and south coasts, is undergoing an upgrade to increase capacity and performance in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Norway-UK subsea cable system achieves 800Gb/s line rate

NO-UK, the submarine cable system between Norway and the UK, has achieved a record-breaking 800Gb/s line rate, which could help to deliver greater capacity, faster speeds and a greener offering through lower energy consumption.

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Initiative aims to address UK STEM educational divide

Ciena and not-for-profit organisation, Academy Achievers are collaborating to help close the digital and educational gap among students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers.

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Deep water

Keely Portway takes a look at the most recent developments in submarine networks, and the issues and trends currently shaping the market

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