Aqua Comms

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Executive appointments at Aqua Comms

DUBLIN, IRELAND – Aqua Comms, the operator of Ireland’s first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network interconnecting New York, Dublin and London, has appointed two new members to its executive leadership team.  Chris Bayly has been named the company’s new chief commercial officer (CCO) and Brad Kneller has been appointed senior global vice president operations and engineering.

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APTelecom selected by Aqua Comms as channel partner for development of new client markets in Asia and the Pacific

DUBLIN and NEW YORK — Aqua Comms the operator of Ireland’s first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network interconnecting New York, Dublin and London, has announced the engagement of APTelecom, a facilities-based telecom consulting and service company specializing in emerging markets, to serve as its international sales partner in the development of new client markets in Asia and the United States.

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Hurricane Electric activates 100G waves with Aqua Comms subsea cable system

DUBLIN, IRELAND –  Aqua Comms, the operator of Ireland’s first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network interconnecting New York, Dublin and London, announces today that Hurricane Electric has activated one 100G waves of high capacity connectivity between New York and Dublin on Aqua Comms’ America Europe Connect-1 (AEC-1) subsea cable system. 

 

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Aqua Comms joins Havfrue submarine cable consortium

DUBLIN, IRE –  Aqua Comms DAC (Aqua Comms), the operator of Ireland’s first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network interconnecting New York, Dublin and London, announces today its plans for continued investment in submarine cable infrastructure having joined the HAVFRUE consortium which will own and operate a new subsea cable system connecting New Jersey, U.S.A., to Ireland, and Denmark, with connectivity options to Norway.

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Google expands cloud network with three new subsea cables

Google has announced that it plans to build three new subsea cables as part of an investment drive for its cloud infrastructure.

With the additional news that the it will be adding a further five regions to its network – which, according to the company, already delivers 25 per cent of worldwide internet traffic – the additional cable investment will be essential in continuing to maintain and improve performance.  

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Cost and compatibility can make a compelling case for pushing 100Gb/s bandwidth over a single optical channel, both as individual links and supporting 400Gb/s Ethernet, finds Andy Extance

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Analysis and opinion
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Robin Mersh takes a look at how the industry is creating next-generation optical access fit for 5G

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Technological advances to aid the increasing demand for bandwidth, on the path towards the terabit network, should lead to optical signals that are flexible and adaptive, like water, argues Dr Maxim Kuschnerov and Dr Yin Wang