WASHINGTON, D. C. — The Federal Communications Commission granted on Jan. 13 approval of the landing license for the SEA-U.S. fiber cable system, enabling the connection between the United States and Indonesia.
The SEA-U.S. cable was successfully connected at the shore-end in Hermosa Beach, Calif., where construction of the cable landing station is expected to have been completed in January, according to a Jan. 15 release by Hawaiian Telcom.
The $260 million project involves a consortium of seven telecommunications companies including Teleguam Holdings LLC, which does business as GTA, PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia International . . .
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