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New undersea cable expands capacity for Google APAC customers and users

Posted by Brian Quigley, Director, Google Networking Infrastructure Google’s mission is to connect people to the world’s information by providing fast and reliable infrastructure. From data centers to cables under the sea, we’re dedicated to building infrastructure that reaches more people than ever before. Today, we announced that we will work with Facebook, Pacific Light Data Communication and TE Subcom to build the first direct submarine cable system between Los Angeles and Hong Kong with ultra high-capacity.
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