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Google's new transatlantic data cable to land in Cornwall
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28 July 2020
On 28 July 2020 BBC News reported:
Google has announced plans to build a new undersea network cable connecting the US, UK, and Spain. The tech giant says it is incorporating new technology into the cable, which it claims is a significant upgrade to older existing lines. Underwater data cables are vital to global communications infrastructure, carrying some 98 percent of the world's data, according to Google's estimate.
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The project is expected to be completed by 2022. The cables are usually built by communications firms -- typically a group of them pooling resources -- which then charge other companies to use them.
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