News flash – Trans-Pacific undersea cable pulled ashore in Guam

News flash – Trans-Pacific undersea cable pulled ashore in Guam

PITI, Guam — The Southeast Asia-United States submarine cable landed in Guam this morning at Tepungan Reef Flat in Piti. California Pacific Technical Services LLC, better known as CalPac, oversaw the landing operation working alongside Smithbridge; Duenas, Camacho & Associates; and Trident Cross diving and marine services. The landing involved pulling the cable via tugboat from a ship to a lead pipe, where it was then winched to a GTA cable landing station across Marine Corps Drive that houses equipment to power the cable.

The fiber optic cable was connected to a landing station in Hermosa Beach, Calif., in January . . .

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