Cleared for landing: Two new undersea cables to diversify, strengthen Guam’s data network

Cleared for landing: Two new undersea cables to diversify, strengthen Guam’s data network

BY LARA OZAKI

Journal Staff

 

The $260 million Southeast Asia-United States submarine cable project involving a consortium of seven telecommunications companies — including Teleguam Holdings LLC, which does business as GTA — was approved on Oct. 27 for a seashore clearance by the Guam Seashore Protection Commission. The clearance allows for the installation of conduits and a landing point for a submarine cable within the seashore reserve in Tepungan Reef Flat of Piti. The cable will increase data capacity on Guam as well as provide a unique route to California through Hawaii, thus diversifying and improving the . . .

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