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Google Inks Another Undersea Internet Cable Deal

KDDI, Bharti Airtel, Reliance and Google yesterday signed a letter of intent to build a $400 million subsea cable between India and Japan. The 6-fiber-pair Asia-Pacific Japan Cable will have a design capacity of 17 Tbps—the highest capacity cable ever planned—and will be upgradeable to 23 Tbps, the companies said in a joint statement.

Related Links:
Google and Asian telcos plot largest ever subsea cable telecomasia.net, Dec.11.2009
Google’s Underwater Ambitions Expand GigaOm, Dec.11.2009
Google backs world’s fastest internet cable Guardian, Dec.11.2009

Previously Reported:
Google Further Expanding the Undersea Communications Cable System CircleID, Aug.26.2008

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