pound transatlantic link will run from Brean to Canada
major project to lay a new multi-million pound fibre optic cable
underneath the Atlantic from Brean, near Burnham-On-Sea, to Canada
high-speed data link between Brean and Halifax in Nova Scotia
is being laid on the sea bottom as part of a $300m project.
6,021km Hibernian Express network aims to bring super-fast communications
to the financial centres of New York and London. Communications
between the two cities will take just 59 milliseconds.
Atlantic phase of the Global Financial Network - which will link
up with similar fibre networks planed to connect financial centres
like Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore - is due to be ready for service
by the summer of 2013.
fibre optic cables between Brean and Halifax in Canada will run
for a total of 4,600km.