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      Google launches Firmina subsea cable

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        Google announced plans to build a new submarine cable that will connect the east coast of the United States and Las Toninas, Argentina, with additional landings in Brazil and Uruguay. The idea here is to provide South American users with enhanced low latency access to Google’s consumer portfolio and cloud services. The cables will be designed and installed by SubCom and should be available by the end of 2023.

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        region. The (and only South American) site can be found near Santiago, Chile, where it connects to the west coast of the United States via Google’s Curie cable.Firmina Cable, named after Brazilian abolitionist Maria Firmina dos Reis, will boost Google’s existing cable investments in the region, for example Tannat Cable, a joint venture between Antel Uruguay and Google Connect.

        to the same location while the Monet cable connects the United States and Brazil. where Google’s Junior cable connects the parts. of the country This new cable not only increases the capacity But it also adds flexibility to Google’s existing network. One technical capability that makes this new cable Consisting of 12 fiber pairs, it stands out for the system’s ability to power cables from a single-ended power source.

        “With an underwater cable Data travels as pulses of light within the cable’s optical fibers,” Google explains. “The signal is amplified every 100 km by high-voltage electricity supplied to the landing stations in each country. while shorter cable systems can enjoy higher single-end power input. The latest longer cables with larger fiber pair counts have making it harder and harder.” To achieve this, Firmina cables were supplied by cables with 20% higher voltage than the previous ones.

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