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6/30/2016
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Google-Backed Undersea Cable Now Connects US, Japan

The Google-backed underwater cable connecting Japan and the US can transmit data at 60 terabits per second and spans nearly 5,600 miles.

(Image: NEC)

(Image: NEC)

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Michelle,
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6/30/2016 | 5:32:53 PM
Cable-nation
These undersea cable projects are endlessly facinating. It's a cable UNDER the sea!
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