XTera to open branching unit for submarine cable networks

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XTera to open branching unit for submarine cable networks

As reported by lightwaveonline.com and the Lightwave Staff, XTerra has announced that they are opening a subsea branching unit as part of their product offering. Apparently they believe the submarine cable network is burgeoning to the extnet that such a capital investment will provide a good enough return to warrant the expenditures. Read the whole story here

 

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