Cable & Telecom

Crosslake Fibre building subsea cable across English Channel

LONDON, PARIS and TORONTO — Toronto’s Crosslake Fibre, an international network provider and developer of subsea and terrestrial fibre networks, announced today its newest subsea cable project will extend across the English Channel and is expected to be ready for service in fall 2021. Connecting Slough, U.K. and Paris, France, the next-generation 550-kilometre cable is the first fibre-optic subsea cable to be built across the English Channel in nearly 20 years, says the news release. The high-fibre-count, non-repeatered system will contain 96 fibre pairs, each providing more than 20 terabits per second of capacity throughput, says the release. Crosslake Fibre...

Our industry and COVID-19

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