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SFN starts work on new Ireland to UK cable
12 Dec 2011

Sea Fibre Networks (SFN) has begun laying its new subsea connection between Ireland and the UK. It said the CeltixConnect cable will provide the shortest, fastest route between the two countries.

Everything Everywhere to invest £1.5 billion in LTE
09 Dec 2011

Everything Everywhere the joint venture between Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile UK and France Telecom’s Orange has announced a £1.5 billion investment in 4G technology over the next three years

Friday Networks News: December 9
09 Dec 2011

Capacity brings you the latest network news. If you have network developments you’d like us to share please email or tweet us @capacitymag.

BT CEO announces UK broadband vision
07 Dec 2011

BT CEO Ian Livingston has presented the company’s vision for transforming the UK’s communications infrastructure to the country’s Prime Minister David Cameron and his cabinet.

Tata launches new IPX+ platform
07 Dec 2011

Global operator Tata Communications has launched its IPX+ exchange service and confirmed 70 global operators have already signed up to the service.

Emerald plans low latency Atlantic system
06 Dec 2011

Emerald Networks has announced plans for what it claimed will be the highest capacity submarine cable on the transatlantic route when it launches in the spring of 2013.

Telx expands cloud connection centre
06 Dec 2011

North American data centre operator Telx has expanded its C3 Cloud Connection Centre in Silicon Valley by 32,000 sq ft in a bid to enhance customer experience on a range of services.

WIOCC strikes CWW subsea cable deal
05 Dec 2011

WIOCC, the cable consortium behind the East Africa Submarine System (EASSy), has agreed a partnership with Cable&Wireless Worldwide to increase its global reach.

OTE allowed to relaunch VDSL services
05 Dec 2011

Greek national incumbent OTE is to be allowed to relaunch its VDSL broadband internet service from June 2012 following an agreement with the country’s regulator over access granted to rival service providers.

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