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Google and Facebook Team Up for Pacific Light Cable Network

The internet giants Google and Facebook apparently agree on at least one thing this month: that the world's infrastructure is in need of another trans-pacific cable system.  They are teaming up with privately held Pacific Light Data Communication and TE Subcom to build the Pacific Light Cable Network, or PLCN.... [visit site to read […]
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