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Sohmen-Pao debuts BW Digital

Splash24/7 16 May 2022
Singapore-based BW Digital, an affiliate of BW Group, has announced the formal completion of its acquisition of 100% of the shares of Hawaiki Submarine Cable Limited Partnership and International Connectivity Services Limited (Hawaiki).
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Intra-Asia enhances connectivity between Hong Kong, China, and Southeast Asia

Sun Star 13 May 2022
At approximately 5,000 kilometers in length, the SEA-H2X cable will consist of at least 8-fiber pairs between Hong Kong SAR and Singapore, with a design capacity of 160 terabits per second to meet the growing bandwidth requirement in the region ... This submarine cable system will ...
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SEA-H2X submarine cable digitally transforming Asia by 2024

Manila Bulletin 12 May 2022
The South East Asia HainanHong Kong Express Cable System (SEA-H2X), a new, high-performance, submarine cable connecting the Philippines, Hong Kong, SAR China, Hainan China, Thailand, East Malaysia and Singapore, will bring the speed and capacity to digitally transform the region in two years.
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Intra - Asia Enhances Connectivity Between Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia with SEA-H2X Submarine Cable

Eagle-Tribune 12 May 2022
At approximately 5,000 kilometers in length, the SEA-H2X cable will consist of at least 8-fiber pairs between Hong Kong SAR and Singapore, with a design capacity of 160 terabits per second to meet the growing bandwidth requirement in the region ... This submarine cable system will ...
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Converge, partners bullish on cable link

Manila Standard 12 May 2022
This submarine cable system will boost the connectivity between our two PoPs located in Hong Kong and in Singapore,” said Converge chief executive and co-founder Dennis Anthony Uy.
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Asia-Africa-Europe-1 consortium taps Infinera to upgrade submarine cable net

Computer Weekly 12 May 2022
Led by 19 leading comms operators, the AAE-1 cable system spans 25,000km of submarine and terrestrial networks, connecting 19 countries – Egypt, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Oman, the UAE, Qatar, Yemen, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Greece, Italy and France.
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Paul deLespinasse: Worldwide electrical grid already under construction

Cheyboygan Daily Tribune 11 May 2022
Since 1972, I have been advocating construction of a worldwide electrical grid, permitting complete replacement of fossil fuels by solar energy ... The grid would just transmit solar energy from where it can be generated to where it is needed ... It is already being built! ... More ... A 2,600-mile subsea cable will carry solar energy from Australia to Singapore ... .
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Worldwide electrical grid is already under construction

The Daily Telegram 05 May 2022
Since 1972, I have been advocating construction of a worldwide electrical grid, permitting complete replacement of fossil fuels by solar energy ... The grid would just transmit solar energy from where it can be generated to where it is needed ... It is already being built! ... A 2,600-mile, subsea cable will carry solar energy from Australia to Singapore ... .
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Mike Cannon-Brookes buys up AGL shares in bid to block energy giant’s demerger

The Observer 02 May 2022
AGL Energy, Australia’s biggest electricity generator, says it remains determined to pursue its plan to split despite a bid for a blocking stake by technology billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes ... Read more ... These include plans for giant solar farms that could power the Northern Territory, but also supply Indonesia and Singapore via an undersea cable ... .
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Sun Cable reveals full extent of its giant solar-plus-storage project in Australia

PV Magazine 27 Apr 2022
Singapore-based Sun Cable has submitted its Environmental Impact Statement to the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority ... Singapore-based Sun Cable, the company planning on building the world’s biggest solar and battery energy storage project in the Northern Territory ...
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