METISS Submarine Fiber Cable System Is Planned To Land In Madagascar In August
The Teliri cable vessel owned by Elettra, an Italian subsidiary of Orange Group, the world's leading telecommunications service provider, has begun to deploy METISS submarine cable systems.
According to reports, the system landed in Fort Dauphin, Madagascar early last week, and deployment will continue until August this year.
According to reports, the METISS submarine optical cable system will connect South Africa, Madagascar, Reunion and Mauritius, with a total length of about 3200 kilometers. The Alcatel Submarine Network (ASN) is responsible for the construction and the design capacity is up to 24Tbps.
The submarine cable project was initiated by the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) and received financial support from the European Union and the French Development Agency (Afd).
The telecom operators involved in the construction of the project include Telma and Blueline in Madagascar, Emtel and CEB FiberNET in Mauritius, Zeop and SFR in Reunion, and Canal + Telecom in France.
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