Thursday, 27 January 2022

Telxius’ lights LatAm submarine cable Mistral

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 10 August 21

Running up the western coast of South America, the Mistral cable links Guatemala, Ecuador, Peru and Chile

Also known as the ‘South Pacific Submarine Cable’ (SPSC), the Mistal cable is in fact named for Chilean poet, Gabriela Mistral, the first Ibero-American to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, back in 1945. Jointly developed by Telxius and Claro, and supplied and deployed by Subcom, the cable spans around 7…

Also known as the ‘South Pacific Submarine Cable’ (SPSC), the Mistal cable is in fact named for Chilean poet, Gabriela Mistral, the first Ibero-American to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, back in 1945. Jointly developed by Telxius and Claro, and supplied and deployed by Subcom, the cable spans around 7…

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