Nokia is providing optical upgrades to Gulf Bridge International (GBI) to increase GBI’s international network capacity ahead of the World Cup, enabling high-speed connectivity between Doha, Qatar and Milan, Italy.

Read more: Nokia Enhances GBI’s Optical Network Capacity Between Middle East and Europe

NEC Corporation is driving expansion of “All Optical Networks” with the introduction of its SpectralWave WX Series – a lineup of open specifications-compliant, open optical transport products. Initially, four products will be released on October 1, 2022.

Read more: NEC Introduces New Product Line for Open Optical Networks

New data centers have been unveiled in Riyadh to provide a wide range of proven and secure public cloud computing solutions, catering to the surging business demand from multiple industries and accelerating their digitalization journey in Saudi Arabia.

Read more: New Data Centers Address Cloud Service Demand in Saudi Arabia

Submarine cables are a main reason why we are connected today. In fact, they provide the connectivity that links almost all of the world’s data centers, where servers process the data that lets us experience the internet and its myriad of applications. As much as it is crucial, establishing a submarine cable is also very challenging.

Read more: The Mission of Landing a Submarine Cable

NEC Corporation has been contracted by Seren Juno Network, a company established by NTT Group, Mitsui and JA Mitsui Leasing (JAML) to build the JUNO trans-Pacific subsea fiber-optic cable that will provide the largest data capacity — maximum 350 Tbps — between the US and Japan.

Read more: NEC Brings the Largest Data Capacity Between US, Japan

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