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Juniper enhances its CDN offering
24 Jan 2012

Network services company Juniper Networks has acquired rights to the service management layer for its Content Delivery Network (CDN) offering from BitGravity, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Communications.

New cable to link Australia and Asia
23 Jan 2012

The development of ASSC-1, a fibre optic submarine cable linking Perth, Australia with Singapore and Indonesia, has been announced.

Virgin Media tests 4G in the UK
23 Jan 2012

Virgin Media has confirmed it has trialled and tested its 4G mobile network on fibre connectivity in the UK, ahead of the country’s forthcoming spectrum auctions.

Friday Network News: January 20
20 Jan 2012

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

Reliance Comm to list undersea cable assets
19 Jan 2012

Indian operator Reliance Communications is to list its undersea cable assets on the Singapore stock exchange in a bid to raise up to $1.5 billion and curb its growing debt.

Arctic activities are hotting up
19 Jan 2012

The race is on to connect Europe and Asia by the shortest possible geographic route across the Arctic, as both Polarnet Project and Arctic Fibre move towards implementing their plans for subsea cable systems.

Huawei to deploy TD LTE network in Nigeria
19 Jan 2012

Huawei has been selected by Nigerian operator, Zoda Fones, to build what is claimed to be Africa’s first TD LTE commercial network. The network will cover the Nigerian capital, Abuja, and its surrounding areas.

TE SubCom replaces GlobeNet’s Bermuda-US cable segment
18 Jan 2012

Construction has begun on the replacement for GlobeNet’s Segment 5 subsea cable system, which links between Bermuda and the US. The cable is being replaced by TE SubCom, which constructed the original Segment 5 in 1997.

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