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Huawei Marine begins construction of an underwater cable system in the Far East

Huawei Marine Networks Co. Ltd. (Huawei Marine), a global provider of submarine cable networks, in cooperation with the Russian telecom operator Rostelecom is implementing a project to provide the Far East region with high-capacity communications across the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, where a satellite communications system is currently in operation.

The company entered into a cooperation agreement for this multimillion-dollar investment project in June this year, and in early October, Huawei Marine announced that it had begun manufacturing a cable for the submarine system, as well as its immediate plans to begin production of other components. The innovative cable submarine system will provide a high-speed connection in the Far East region of Russia and will pass through remote settlements - the town of Okha, Sakhalin Region, the village of Ola, Magadan Region, and the village of Ust-Bolsheretsk, Kamchatka Territory.

The total length of the new cable infrastructure will be 1900 km. Huawei Marine uses 100-Gbit / s transmission technology, which uses a direct error correction solution with analog signal processing. Each of the segments of the projected underwater cable system will have an throughput of 16 Tbit / s.

The planned time frame for the project is Q4 2015.

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