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Saudi telecommunications and connectivity provider STC announced the launch of the first high-capacity submarine cable in the Red Sea. The ‘Saudi Vision Cable’ is operational at its first landing station in Jeddah. When complete, it will provide seamless connectivity through four landings – including Jeddah, Yanbu, Duba, and Haql.
Increasing traffic within data centres requires the fibre optic link bandwidth capacity to keep expanding as data throughput grows. Data centre traffic no longer flows primarily between servers and external end users.
Panduit’s new RapidID™ creates a network map using patch cord scanning techniques. The software enabled network mapping system supports smart, scalable, and efficient connectivity solutions.
“The creation of EXA, the way that we will serve our customers and our commitment to continual investment in our business is all down to one word: focus. We will have a relentless focus on the data-centre-to-data centre infrastructure services we provide, enabling our customers to provide the most compelling experiences to their clients and end-users.
Copper wires have formed the backbone of the communications network since 1911, and are currently used to deliver broadband services across much of the country, to individuals, organizations, and businesses.