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Google Plans To Lay A New Trans-Atlantic Cable To Improve Internet Infrastructure

NPR Thursday, 30 July 2020 ()
Google announced Tuesday that it is planning to lay a new trans-Atlantic underwater cable that it claims will ensure a significant upgrade to the U.S.-Europe Internet infrastructure.
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News video: Google's New Underwater Cableto Link U.S. and Europe

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA — Google plans to build a new underwater cable to connect the U.S., Britain and Spain. Writing in a news release, Alphabet Inc. states that the data cable will link New York City to the city of Bude in Cornwall and the city of Bilbao in Spain. According to Alphabet, the...

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