Giants of technology Google and Facebook are constantly determined to invent and offer revolutionary solutions, providing major investment by means of their diverse services or products. The set of two will be working together in the creation of a cable of 8,000-mile, which will be constructed beneath the sea to facilitate mainly efficient speeds of internet connection, connecting Los Angeles to Hong Kong. The PLCN (Pacific Light Cable Network) is among the several undersea cables that are going to be assembled all through the world.
Positioned to be created in alliance with Pacific Light Data Communication and TE SubCom, the system places the precedent intended for associate companies to pursue suit in the building of undersea cables to facilitate supply for the amplified necessity to provide info and data used for equally daily and corporate consumers in lightning speed.
The cable of 8,000-mile will contain an estimated capability of 120 terabits for every second; catering intended for the height of bigger traffic as the cable is completely equipped.
The chairman of PLDC, Mr. Wei Jun Kang stated, “PLCN will be amongst the lowest-latency fiber optic courses between the U.S. and Hong Kong and the foremost to attach directly utilizing ultra-high-capacity broadcast.”
“It is definitely gratifying that universal technology corporations such as Facebook and Google have developed into co-sponsors in PLCN. It is a powerful indication that PLCN will be believed to tackle the needs of capacity intended for internet and global communications services all through the Pacific Rim. We foresee this exploitation as the first step in PLDC’s building of a worldwide network.”
Set to start in 2018, Facebook is in addition working in alliance by means of Microsoft to bring an undersea cable transversely the Atlantic in an important speculation project. Called the Marea cable, the venture additionally lifts up the bar in supplying speed, efficient security, reliability and efficiency intended for networks, with amplified intended speeds of 160 terabits for each second.