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Monet Turns Up the Bandwidth

TE SubCom and a consortium of network operators has announced that the Monet Cable System is ready for service. Stretching 10,556km between Boca Raton, Florida and landing stations in Fortaleza and Praia Grande in Brazil, the system brings another 64Tbps of bandwidth online between the Americas.... [visit site to read more]
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