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Google and Facebook partner on PLCN submarine cable between Los Angeles and Hong Kong

Google said today that it’s working with Facebook and China Soft Power Technology Holdings subsidiary Pacific Light Data Communication to construct a trans-Pacific undersea cable. The Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) will transmit 120 terabits of data per second between Los Angeles and Hong Kong — a span of almost 8,000 miles. The cable should […]
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