New undersea cable links from Global Crossing

Murphy, Grace F.
February 1998
Lightwave;Feb98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
Discloses that Global Crossing Ltd. plans to add three new undersea cables connecting the United States with the Caribbean, Panama, and Japan. Company's plan to build the Mid-Atlantic Crossing undersea fiber-optic cable; Construction of the Atlantic Crossing submarine fiber-optic cable system; Details of the firm's Pan-American Crossing project.


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