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Deep sea cables: Facebook, Microsoft lay massive underwater data cable across Atlantic - TomoNews
 
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BILBAO, SPAIN / VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA — Microsoft, Facebook and Spanish telecommunications giant Telxius have just completed work on a massive continent-to-continent underwater cable. According to a Microsoft news release, the Marea undersea cable is comprised of eight pairs of fiber optic cables, encircled by copper, a layer of hard-plastic and a waterproof coating. The subsea cable stretches over 4,000 miles from the U.S. east coast at Virginia Beach, to Spain's north coast at Bilbao. When laying the cable, engineers had to account for an average depth of 11,000 feet and hazards including coral reefs, earthquake zones and active volcanoes. The cable can transmit a maximum of 160 terabits per second. That's the equivalent of 71 million streaming high definition videos. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- TomoNews is your best source for real news. We cover the funniest, craziest and most talked-about stories on the internet. Our tone is irreverent and unapologetic. If you’re laughing, we’re laughing. If you’re outraged, we’re outraged. We tell it like it is. And because we can animate stories, TomoNews brings you news like you’ve never seen before. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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How Undersea Internet Fiber Optic Cables Are Laid On The Ocean Floor
 
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Laying of cables in the oceans of our world is a fascinating business. Men and women toil long and tedious hours to make this possible. Submarine cables are laid down by using specially-modified ships that carry the submarine cable on board and slowly lay it out on the seabed as per the plans given by the cable operator. The ships can carry with them up to 2,000km-length of cable. Depending on the equipment on-board the cable-ship, the type of plow used, the sea conditions and the ocean-bed where the cable is being laid down, cable ships can do anywhere from 100-150km of cable laying per day. Newer ships and plows now do about 200km of cable laying per day. The cables are specially constructed for submarine operations as they have to endure harsh conditions as well as pressure. Fiber optic cables carry DWDM [Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing] laser signals at a rate of terabytes per second. They use optical repeaters to strengthen the signal which attenuates over long distances. They have a decade lifespan and costs vary (depending on the length of the cable). The typical cost for a project is anywhere from $100m-$500m. We don't use satellites because they can't carry terabytes of data for less than a billion dollars per communication line. The coiling of hundreds of miles of cable in the cargo hold is a process that can take between three to four weeks to complete. Submarine cable laying process starts from the landing station, where a long cable section is attached (connected) to the landing point and then extended out to a few miles in the sea. This end is connected to the cable on the ship and then the ship starts its cable laying process. The process also involves a plow. The cable is not simply left to sit on the ocean bed, but is actually being fed into a plow, that lays the cable into a trench. Depending on where the cable is laid out, the cable coming in from the ocean to the landing station might be advertised or not. Most of the time cable consortium companies try to hide the cable as much as they can, so that only those who need to know – municipalities, port authorities and shipping companies – are informed of the exact route of the cable. When cables are damaged, either divers or specialized small submersibles with cameras and lights are sent down to the seabed to investigate where the cuts are. Then, either the divers or robotic arms on the submersible bring the two ends of the cable to the surface, where they are re-spliced and joined again. Music: Bottom of the Sea (Instrumental Version) by Dhruva Aliman https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/hard-to-get-along http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/
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What's inside the Undersea Internet Cable?
 
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DID YOU KNOW there are over 250 internet cables under the oceans of the world?!?! We CUT IN HALF a cable to see the amazing cross section! Watch Nat and Lo's awesome video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9R4tznCNB0&feature=youtu.be Watch our Behind the scenes here: https://youtu.be/bnnBfp0L5sk We post a new video EVERY WEEK, so, if you liked this video and want more like this then SUBSCRIBE and COMMENT on what you want to see next! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatsinside Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatsinside/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatsinsidethings Filmed in 4k on this camera: http://amzn.to/1UnXI82 WHATS INSIDE PO BOX 911540 ST. GEORGE, UT 84791 WARNING: We do not recommend you try what we do! Only do things the we do in our videos IF you are assisted by a qualified adult under proper safety measures. Always think ahead, and remember that any project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK. Remember our motto "We cut things open so you don't have to." so we do not recommend you try anything we do. Music for this video is from http://share.epidemicsound.com/pcFwF
Views: 2148980 What's Inside?
Shark Bites Fiber Optic Cables Undersea 15.8.2014
 
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Google is reinforcing its underwater fibre-optic cables to protect against future shark attacks Google is reinforcing its private underwater fibre-optic cables with an extra layer of protective material in order to protect its 100,000 miles of cables from sharks. Sharks and other fish are attracted to the cables, thought by some to be due to the electromagnetic signals emitted by the lines, but they are easily damaged. The cables already have existing protective materials designed to shelter them from the various dangers of the environment, but will now be coated with a 'Kevlar-like' material to provide even more protection. Fibre-optic cables are made of strands of glass, and are thus much less durable than copper cables. Google wants to prevent its own cables from sustaining further damage after seeing underwater surveillance footage of sharks biting the cables. IT Pro has contacted Google for more information on the plans and will update the story as soon as we know more.
Views: 1625794 TopzeraSports
Fiber Optics Repair Process Under Sea
 
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The Way Through The Cable Repaired.....
Views: 8965 Vaibhav Thakur
Inside the installation of new undersea transatlantic cable
 
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If you've ever phoned or emailed someone on another continent or browsed a foreign website, you can dial up some gratitude for something that happened a century and a half ago. It's been 150 years since the Transatlantic Cable began ushering in global communications. And now, tech giants are taking that undersea revolution a big step further. Mark Albert reports.
Views: 39344 CBS This Morning
Animated Map of the World's Undersea Internet Cables
 
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http://www.businessinsider.com/animated-map-global-fiber-optic-internet-cables-2015-9 ---- 99% of international data is transmitted by wires at the bottom of the ocean called submarine communications cables. In total, they are hundreds of thousands of miles long and can be as deep as Everest Is tall. The cables are installed by special boats called cable-layers. It’s more than a matter of dropping wires with anvils attached to them—the cables must generally be run across flat surfaces of the ocean floor, and care is taken to avoid coral reefs, sunken ships, fish beds, and other ecological habitats and general obstructions. The diameter of a shallow water cable is about the same as a soda can, while deep water cables are much thinner—about the size of a Magic Marker. The size difference is related to simple vulnerability—there’s not much going on 8,000 feet below sea level; consequently, there’s less need for galvanized shielding wire. Cables located at shallow depths are buried beneath the ocean floor using high pressure water jets. Though per-mile prices for installation change depending on total length and destination, running a cable across the ocean invariably costs hundreds of millions of dollars. Sharks are trying to eat the Internet. There’s disagreement as to why, exactly, sharks like gnawing on submarine communications cables. Maybe it has something to do with electromagnetic fields. Maybe they’re just curious. Maybe they’re trying to disrupt our communications infrastructure before mounting a land-based assault. (Haha) The point remains that sharks are chewing on the Internet, and sometimes damage it. In response, companies such as Google are shielding their cables in shark-proof wire wrappers. In 1854, installation began on the first transatlantic telegraph cable, which connected Newfoundland and Ireland. Four years later the first transmission was sent, reading: “Laws, Whitehouse received five minutes signal. Coil signals too weak to relay. Try drive slow and regular. I have put intermediate pulley. Reply by coils.” This is, admittedly, not very inspiring. (“Whitehouse” referred to Wildman Whitehouse, the chief electrician of the Atlantic Telegraph Company, who we’ve discussed previously.) For historical context: During those four years of cable construction, Charles Dickens was still writing novels; Walt Whitman published Leaves of Grass; a small settlement called Dallas was formally incorporated in Texas; and Abraham Lincoln, candidate for the U.S. Senate, gave his “House Divided” speech. As of 2014, there are 285 communications cables at the bottom of the ocean, and 22 of them are not yet in use. These are called “dark cables.” (Once they’re switched on, they’re said to be “lit.”) Submarine cables have a life expectancy of 25 years, during which time they are considered economically viable from a capacity standpoint. Over the last decade, however, global data consumption has exploded. In 2013, Internet traffic was 5 gigabytes per capita; this number is expected to reach 14 gigabytes per capita by 2018. Such an increase would obviously pose a capacity problem and require more frequent cable upgrades. However, new techniques in phase modulation and improvements in submarine line terminal equipment (SLTE) have boosted capacity in some places by as much as 8000%. The wires we have are more than ready for the traffic to come.
Views: 97133 Wise Wanderer
Submarine Cable Installation: Tools for Power, Telecom, and Seismic Cables (MakaiLay)
 
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Submarine cable installations in the telecom, power and seismic industries have similarities and differences. But there is a common thread in every submarine cable lay: you need accurate real-time control over the position and bottom tension of your cable as it lands on the seabed. This video discusses a proven method for achieving this control being used by over 75% of the telecom cable ships in the world. A tool called MakaiLay allows operators to precisely control the two most important variables in a cable installation: cable POSITION and TENSION. This software calculates all forces on the cable and can automatically adjust cable payout speed and vessel navigation to keep tension within acceptable limits, safely and accurately installing the cable on the seabed. Over the last 15 years, MakaiLay has become the #1 subsea cable installation package in the world, used by over 3/4 of the world's submarine cable ships to successfully install well over 400,000 kilometers of submarine cable. The benefits of this tool are shared by cable installers, owners, and insurers. Installers, report increased speed, quality, and profitability of cable lays, with decreased cable repairs and potential lawsuits. Owners and insurers who require MakaiLay to be used during installation have the confidence that their cable asset will have the longest possible useful life because it was installed with the world's most trusted and thoroughly validated submarine cable installation tool. This 3D animation and narration was created by Trinity Animation. Visit us at www.makai.com to learn how Makai's tools can help with your power, telecom, or seismic submarine cable project, or contact me directly at: [email protected]
Views: 342246 MakaiOceanEngineer
Underground Fiber Optic Cable Laying
 
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This video presents the Fiber Optic Cable Laying on Underground Application. Hands On Video training presentation for OSP / FTTX Project deployment and activities. Philippines Standards. Contractor: HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES PHILS. INC. Client: GLOBE TELECOM Subcon: LASAYA RCA BUILDERS Presented by: Emerson Cumlat Jr. OSP Site Engineer of Huawei Tech. Phils. Inc.
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Watch what it takes to lay Google's super-fast submarine Internet cable
 
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The FASTER cable linking the U.S. and Japan will have a peak capacity of 60 terabits per second when it starts operating next year. Click here to subscribe to IDG.tv: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=idgtv Check out our website for our full video collection: http://www.idg.tv Like IDG.tv on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/idgtv.us Follow IDG.tv on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IDGtv_US Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/IDGtv Check out our Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/IDGdotTV
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Terminating Fiber Optic Cable
 
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Fiber Optic Cable - Termination & Installation For Microwave Backhaul Radios. In this first video of a two-part series we will look at how to properly terminate fiber optic cable.
Views: 200033 TrangoSystems
Undersea Cables Power The Internet
 
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Every time you visit a web page or send an email, data is being sent and received through an intricate cable system that stretches around the globe. Since the 1850s, we've been laying cables across oceans to become better connected. Today, there are hundreds of thousands of miles of fiber optic cables constantly transmitting data between nations. Subscribe to BI: Science - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uD-W5zQHQuAVT2GdcLCvg Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physiology, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/science Science Insider on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessInsiderScience/ Science Insider on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/science_insider/ Business Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/businessinsider Tech Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider
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Submarine Fiber Optic Cable Replacement
 
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Crofton Industries replaces submarine fiber optic cable in the Chesapeake Bay from Solomon's Island to Taylor's Island, Maryland.
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Fiber Optic Cable repair under sea(sub marine) Alcatel-Lucent S.A
 
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Headquarters in Boulogne-Billancourt, France Former type Société Anonyme Traded as Euronext: ALU Industry : Telecommunications equipment Networking equipment Fate : Acquired by and merged with Nokia Founded Alcatel : 1872 Lucent Technologies : 1870 Alcatel-Lucent : 2006 Defunct :2016 Headquarters : Boulogne-Billancourt, France Area served :Worldwide Key people :Philippe Camus(chairman) Products : Hardware, software and services to telecommunications service providers and enterprises Owner : Nokia Corporation[1][2] Website www5.alcatel-lucent.com
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How INTERNET Works via Cables in Hindi | Who Owns The Internet ? | Submarine Cables Map in INDIA
 
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Hey Guys, This video will explain you working of internet using optical fiber cables which are also know as Submarine Cables which was installed by Tier 1 Internet Service Providers across world. I've explain you everything how these internet data packets travels through these cables & how the connection works in WAN (Wide Area Networks). You will also learn how Airtel, Jio 4G, Idea, Vodafone, TATA Communication connects you using these cables in India. Cables Map: https://www.submarinecablemap.com Speed Meter: http://www.nixi.in/en/mrtg-statistics Queries Solved: 1) How Internet Works ? 2) Internet working using cables 3) Optical Fiber & Submarine Cables Map 4) Working of data packets 5) Internet Kaise Chalta hai ? 6) Wide area network working in details 7) Hindi me jane internet kaam kese kerta hai 8) Who owns our internet or net 9) Internet Service Provider in India: Reliance JIO, Tata Communication, Idea, Vodafone, Bharti Airtel, Tikona, Hathway 10) Internet Kiska Hai ? Social Links: [FOLLOW] Facebook: https://fb.com/SidTalk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sid_Talk Instagram: https://instagram.com/Sid_Talk/ Google+: https://google.com/+SidTalk PS: Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE SidTalk for more Trusted & Awesome videos.
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Russia a 'risk' to undersea cables, defence chief warns - BBC News
 
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The UK's most senior military officer has warned of a new threat posed by Russia to communications and internet cables that run under the sea. Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, the chief of the defence staff, said Britain and Nato needed to prioritise protecting the lines of communication. He said it would "immediately and potentially catastrophically" hit the economy if they were cut or disrupted. The cables criss-cross the seabed, connecting up countries and continents. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
Views: 51161 BBC News
Underwater Cable to Stretch from Philippines to U.S.
 
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A group of international telecommunication companies plan to build an underwater cable from Indonesia and the Philippines to Hawaii, California and Guam
Views: 111101 Global1 News Network
Fiber Optic Cable Splicing
 
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IT specializes in the splicing and testing of most types of submarine fiber optic cable. Splices are conducted during cable repair operations and during some installations, for example during the deployment of Branching Units (BUs).
How to splice broken optical fiber cable practically
 
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How to splice broken optical fiber cable practically Watch my more video: -------------------------------------- LINK 1 : How to Splicing A Patch Cord With fiber optic cable part 3 !!Practically!! https://youtu.be/fvi_yRoNMII LINK 2 : ☆☆ Field Work ☆☆ "How To splicing broken optical fiber cable part-2" !!Practically!! https://youtu.be/yXarwU5aXE0 Fiber optic splicing is an important method of joining two fiber optic cables together. It is a preferred solution when an available fiber optic cable is not sufficiently long for the required run. Besides, splicing is designed to restore fiber optic cables when they are accidentally broken. Nowadays, fiber optic splicing is widely deployed in telecommunications, LAN (Local Area Network) and networking projects. Typically, fiber optic splices can be undertaken in two ways: fusion splices and mechanical splices. This paper firstly illustrates the specific process of fusion splicing method and mechanical splicing method, then makes a comparison of the two methods for your reference. Keywords: #How to splice broken optical fiber cable practically #optical fiber repair #optical cable #optical fiber #How to fix optical fiber problem #making optical fiber #optical fiber line #ocan optical fiber #under ground optical fiber #How to splice optical fiber How to splice optical fiber Manually There are two main options for repairing a broken fiber optic cable. Either splice the two broken ends together mechanically, using an optical gel, or fuse the ends back together through a process that uses heat
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Fiber optic cables: How they work
 
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Bill uses a bucket of propylene glycol to show how a fiber optic cable works and how engineers send signal across oceans. More info at http://www.engineerguy.com. You can translate captions at http://www.engineerguy.com/translate
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How does Internet traffic travel across an ocean? These gadgets
 
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Optical submarine repeaters are big missile-shaped devices that lie along undersea cables carrying nearly all of the world's Internet traffic. We go inside the NEC plant that makes them.
Views: 5917 PCWorld
Underwater cables: Google, Facebook building ultra fast HK to LA deep sea cable network - TomoNews
 
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LOS ANGELES/HONG KONG — Facebook and Google have joined a consortium to develop a trans-Pacific underwater data cable between Hong Kong and Los Angeles. In addition to the two U.S. technology giants, the project involves deep sea cable developer TE Subcom and Chinese company Pacific Light Cable Network, the Wall Street Journal reported. The cable will be able to handle up to 120 terabits per second. Google says that’s enough bandwidth for 80 million concurrent video conferences between Hong Kong and Los Angeles. When it is completed in 2018, the cable network will span some 12,800 kilometers between the two cities. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter See a story that should be animated? Tell us about it! Suggest a story here: http://bit.ly/suggest-tomonews Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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TE Connectivity: Connecting the World with Undersea Fiber Optics
 
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Every Connection Counts. Connect with us at http://www.everyconnectioncounts.com. TE has deployed more than 490,000 KM of undersea cable, bringing faster, more reliable communications systems to people around the world. Our process is vertically-integrated, beginning with optical design, route planning, and the manufacturing of state-of-the-art-cables, amplifiers and transmission equipment capable of delivering up to 80 terabits of data per second. What’s more, our fleet ensures precision and reliability in one of the most challenging environments on earth. Subsea Communications: Connecting the World with Undersea Fiber Optics Every Connection Counts - Connect with TE: http://www.te.com http://www.linkedin.com/company/te-co... LinkedIn Engineer Connection: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/5106439 http://www.twitter.com/teconnectivity http://www.facebook.com/teconnectivity http://www.instagram.com/teconnectivity http://plus.google.com/+teconnectivity
Views: 13248 TE Connectivity
Shark Bites Fiber Optic Cables Undersea
 
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Google is reinforcing its underwater fibre-optic cables to protect against future shark attacks Google is reinforcing its private underwater fibre-optic cables with an extra layer of protective material in order to protect its 100,000 miles of cables from sharks. Sharks and other fish are attracted to the cables, thought by some to be due to the electromagnetic signals emitted by the lines, but they are easily damaged. The cables already have existing protective materials designed to shelter them from the various dangers of the environment, but will now be coated with a 'Kevlar-like' material to provide even more protection. Fibre-optic cables are made of strands of glass, and are thus much less durable than copper cables. Google wants to prevent its own cables from sustaining further damage after seeing underwater surveillance footage of sharks biting the cables. IT Pro has contacted Google for more information on the plans and will update the story as soon as we know more.
Views: 2154 M Zeeshan Ashraf
Work starts on laying an undersea fiber-optic cable to Cuba
 
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(22 Jan 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Pan right to ship on the Venezuelan coast 2. Mid of the Alcatel-Lucent ship 3. Close up of French flag on ship and workers lowering fibre-optic cable into sea 4. Small boat with a Venezuelan flag next to ship 5. Sign on ship reading Alcatel-Lucent 6. Close of ship's radar 7. Close of helicopter 8. Helicopter flying over the cable suspended by a line of buoys 9. Line of buoys and ship behind 10. Close of buoy and cable under the water 11. Buoy on the beach with a picture of the Venezuelan and Cuban flags, reading: "ALCATEL-LUCENT TGC. ALBA 1- VENEZUELA 2011;" ship behind 12. Various representatives of Cuba, Jamaica, France and Venezuela speaking on the beach 13. Zoom out from men holding the fibre optic cable, SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ricardo Menendez, Venezuelan minister of technology: "A connection where the world says: stop the blockade against Cuba, unity for the countries, unity for the integration and advance in benefit of the humanity." 14. Zoom out from children and officials from Cuba and Venezuela holding buoy 15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ricardo Menendez, Venezuelan minister of technology "This cable will run 1630 kilometres to Cuba and then it will run 230 kilometres to Jamaica." 16. Venezuelan and Cuban flags in the beach and buoys and divers in the sea 17. Tilt down from Venezuelan and Cuban flags to diver 18. Close up of divers 19. Divers near the Venezuelan and Cuban flag, and ship behind 20 Back focus from palm tree to Venezuelan and Cuban flag 21. Mid of divers walking 22. Various of waves crashing against the rocks STORYLINE: A specialised ship began laying an undersea fibre-optic cable between Venezuela and Cuba on Saturday, a connection that will dramatically improve Cuba's telephone and Internet services. Officials from the two countries launched the project at a ceremony on Venezuela's Camuri beach near the port of La Guaira. Alcatel-Lucent SA of Paris is carrying out the project for the two countries' state telecommunications companies. Cuban officials have said it is expected to cost about 70 (m) million US dollars. The ship is scheduled to reach Cuba around February 8, and the cable will be functional in late June or early July, said Jose Ignacio Quintero, a manager for Alcatel-Lucent. The cable will span about 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometres) across the Caribbean Sea to Siboney in eastern Cuba. A second segment of about 150 miles (245 kilometres) will extend from Cuba to nearby Jamaica. Cuba is the only nation in the Western Hemisphere that is not linked to the outside world by optical fibre. Instead, it relies on slow, expensive satellite links because the U.S. government's embargo has prevented most trade between the island and the United States, and has made companies in other countries shy away from doing business with Cuba. The cable is one of many joint projects promoted by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, a close ally of Cuba's communist government. It is dubbed "ALBA-1," after the Bolivarian Alternative bloc that includes Venezuela, Cuba and other left-leaning allies. Cuban Ambassador Rogelio Polanco praised Chavez's government for what he called a historic connection that is "breaking the United States' criminal blockade against our country". During the event, Venezuelan minister of technology Ricardo Menendez also demanded an end to the blockade. US President Barack Obama's administration loosened some embargo restrictions in 2009, opening possibilities for cooperation with Cuba in telecommunications. The US government has approved a maximum of 60 US cents per minute. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/45cf24aca189c1de966f2f303243c588 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Thin underwater cables hold the internet. See a map of them all.
 
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Your internet isn't just underwater. It's also covered in Vaseline. Follow Phil Edwards and Vox Almanac on Facebook for more: https://www.facebook.com/philedwardsinc1/ Map by TeleGeography: http://www.submarinecablemap.com/ Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO The internet is known to pulse through fiber optic cables and cell phone towers, but 99% of high-speed international information is transferred under the sea. How long has this been happening? Underwater cables delivering information isn't a novel idea — the first Transatlantic cable was laid in 1858—undersea cables have been around since the telegraph. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Submarine fiber optic cable
 
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Laying Fiber Optic Under Sea Cable
 
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How it's done
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How undersea cables are laid
 
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Recently there was a disruption on the SEA-ME-WE 4 cable connecting SEACOM to London through the Mediterranean Sea. Due to this we had various questions asking us exactly how undersea cables are laid. This short video explains the process SEACOM took while laying the undersea cable.
Views: 569564 SEACOM live
Sri Lanka connected to the world’s largest Fibre Optic Submarine Cable Network
 
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Sri Lanka connected to the world’s largest Fibre Optic Submarine Cable Network by bringing a total of 48 Tbps of Gigantic Global Bandwidth to the country. With this development SLT’s global bandwidth capacity increased by tenfold to meet country’s ICT requirements for next 25 years ahead.
Views: 2079 Sri Lanka Telecom
20,000 Cables Under The Sea: The Internet And The Physics Of Fiber Optics (Accessible Preview)
 
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The Internet's mind-boggling flow of data that circulates so freely "in the cloud" does much of its real-world traveling beneath the sea in bundles of fiber-optic cable. Sets sail on the Leon Thevenin as a repair team identifies a damaged length of cable on the floor of the North Sea and then painstakingly splices in a new section. Also, discusses high-bandwidth digital developments such as naked-eye 3-D video and describes the principles of applied fiber-optic physics, cable-manufacturing processes, and cable-laying techniques that are making such advanced Internet technology a reality. Producer/Distributor: FILMS MEDIA GROUP Production Year: 2012 Grade Level: 10-12 Registered DCMP members can access this title for free at the following URL: http://www.dcmp.org/Catalog/TitleDetail.aspx?TID=7388
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How Undersea Internet Cables Carry The Internet Across The Ocean | Earth Lab
 
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The internet connects people all across the world, but how do fiber optic cables carry the internet across the oceans? BBC Earth Lab explores! "Subscribe to Earth Lab for more fascinating science videos - http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthLab All the best Earth Lab videos http://bit.ly/EarthLabOriginals Best of BBC Earth videos http://bit.ly/TheBestOfBBCEarthVideos Here at BBC Earth Lab we answer all your curious questions about science in the world around you. If there’s a question you have that we haven’t yet answered or an experiment you’d like us to try let us know in the comments on any of our videos and it could be answered by one of our Earth Lab experts. Want to share your views with the team behind BBC Earth and win prizes? Join our fan panel here: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: https://www.bbcworldwide.com/ContactWizard"
Views: 72464 BBC Earth Lab
Undersea Fiber Optic Cable How undersea cables are laid
 
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Undersea Fiber Optic Cable
Views: 6643 Arthur Thompson
Construction of East Africa's undersea fibre optics cable.
 
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Seacom, the first majority African-owned, open access, undersea fibre optics cable linking southern and east Africa to India and Europe, bringing high-speed international broadband connectivity.
Views: 28226 CreamerMedia
Kenya gets faster internet connection with fiber optic internet cables
 
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(25 Jul 2009) Mombasa, Kenya, 23rd July 2009 1. Various shots of ships on the ocean Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd July 2009 2. Various of people laying Internet connection cables Mombasa, Kenya, 23rd July 2009 3. Wide of people in hall 4. Wide of hall 5. Various of people browsing speedy internet 6. Set up shot of JP de Lev 7. SOUNDBITE (English) JP de Lev, Vice President SEACOM Kenya: "Today, we have the launching of the sea submarine cable, which is a cable going all the way from South Africa to London. It is fibre optical, a submarine fibre optical cable. We have been working on this cable for the last three years, this has been accomplished today and what you see today is in fact the celebration and the launching and the operation of this cable in Kenya". 8. Wide of man browsing at the launch hall 9. Various of Harrison Ogada browsing internet UPSOUND (English) "How fast is this thing?" 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ogada, Research Scientist Marine Resource: "This is very fast, for example when I click on button the way I have just done, you get CNN Live, and you can see it is very fast. And this video access is going to be very good for us in this country. You can see now, I'm watching CNN I can see I'm getting news updates on one of the best in America. And you can never get this before, you could never get this from the conventional connection that we have in the country." 11. Wide of Mombasa city 12. Various of people in a cyber cafe 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Mambo Mindila owner of the cyber cafe: "When the fibre comes, I think the speed will go up and we hope the prices will come down as they tell you. That way we will be okay with that." 14. Set up shots of Peter Musanga 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Peter Musanga, Student Strathmore University: "I think it is going to make Internet costs for me quite cheaper and considering the speed of the internet is quite slow in cyber cafes and that makes it very expensive that is going to enable me to get more access to more information" 16. Various of people walking in the streets of Mombasa LEAD IN After years of slow internet, Kenya is finally able to get a fast broadband connection. The breakthrough is made possible by submarine fibre optic internet cables, that connect South Africa to Europe. STORYLINE A hidden treasure is buried under this idyllic sea-scape - fibre optic internet cables. They will give Kenya a very quick internet connection. Streaming video or calling over the internet is something taken for granted in the West, but in eastern Africa it has not been possible because of slow and patchy internet services. All this time, as the rest of the world has explored different uses for broadband, eastern Africa has remained behind. The Indian Ocean's eastern African seabed was the only one in the world without a submarine fiber-optic cable, forcing the region to rely heavily on limited and expensive satellite links. This has now changed. The first undersea cable ready for service is SEACOM, which officially began working in five countries on Thursday (23rd July), bringing broadband to eastern Africa for the first time. SEACOM's a cable system connects Djibouti, Madagascar, Mozambique, Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania to India and Europe, and cost up to $700 million US dollars. The 17,000-kilometre (10,625-mile) cable allows information to be sent at speeds of 1.28 terabytes per second, fast enough to stream high-definition video. SEACOM celebrated the internet revolution with a launch party on Thursday (July 23). Journalists were able to stream video and audio clips from the venue and test the new connection. The start of these broadband services will make fast Internet cheaper and more accessible in Kenya. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/732b357fd2b4c31d1048d00580d0dbed Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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submarine fiber optic cable
 
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How It's Made: Optical Fiber Communications Cable
 
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Employee take you on a guided tour of the Brownwood, TX plant where our optical fiber cables are manufactured. Welcome to a behind the scenes look at How Cable is Made. Thanks for watching!
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SEA-US submarine fiber optic cable project
 
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Video on SEA-US submarine fiber optic cable project, connecting from Manado, Indonesia to Hermosa Beach, California, USA. The SEA-US consortium consists of PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia International (Telin), Globe Telecom, RAM Telecom International (RTI), Hawaiian Telcom, Teleguam Holdings (GTA), GTI Corporation (a member of the Globe Telecom group of companies) and Telkom USA.
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Damage to fiber optic cable disrupts internet services in Pakistan
 
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Loading Fibre Optic Cable (Deepsea)
 
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Even when thousands of km long, the submarine fibre optic cable is loaded into the cableships by hand. This is Lightweight or Deepsea cable
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What is Optical Fiber? Learn About Optical Fiber
 
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Video Footage of Torn Fiber Optic Cable
 
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It has been since repaired.
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OPALCO Power and Fiber Under Sea Cable Lay (2004)
 
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Orcas Power and Light Cooperative installs new submarine electric and fiber-optic cable, San Juan Islands, Washington, 2004. Produced by Westsound Video Productions (27:24).
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Optical Fiber Through Internet Connection | Optical Fiber Cable Splicing & Routing | Speed Test 4K
 
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Map of US long-haul fiber-optic cable network
 
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Computer science Professor Paul Barford and a team of researchers recently published the first publicly available map of the US's long-haul fiber-optic cable network. It took the team nearly 4 years to put together by sifting through public records and data from internet and cable providers. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
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