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The information age is powered by thin fiber-optic cables buried in the sea bed, spreading between continents to connect the most remote corners of the planet. These great arteries account for practically all of our international web traffic, and each one has been logged by Washington research firm Telegeography in its interactive Submarine Cable Map 2014. Read more...

24/02/2014: METRO2C Alliance adds TeleData Manchester read more...

Citadel100 Joins the METRO2C Alliance: Citadel100 is part of the Keppel Group’s Securus Data Centre Property Fund, which owns data centres in Ireland, the UK, the Netherlands, Singapore, Malaysia and Australia read more...

Five Web Exchanges join the METRO2C read more...

Interxion Ireland Joins the METRO2C Alliance read more...

“This collaboration creates a digital artery into the Asia-Pacific region for US and European organisations, providing access to some of the world’s most innovative nations,” added Diane Hodnett, CEO at METRO2C read more...

Hutchison Global Communications joins Sea Fibre Networks METRO2C Alliance. This new collaboration provides US and European multinationals and indigenous Irish and UK organisations extensive access to the booming digital markets of Asia-Pacific via a single source read more...

SSE Telecoms, an SSE company, has joined as a member of the METRO2C Alliance, an organisation founded by Sea Fibre Networks (SFN). Read on...

Kcom signs up to Sea Fibre Networks' METRO2C Alliance

Sea Fibre Networks' METRO2C Alliance connects into over 60 data centres through Vtesse read more...

Sea Fibre Networks (SFN) has today launched the METRO2C Alliance, a collaboration of data centre operators, internet exchanges and connectivity providers across Europe. Read Capacity's article here.

Sea Fibre Networks Sync Paris with C-Fibre Solution

As expected Ofcom has officially granted Code Powers to Sea Fibre Networks Limited, which will allow the firm to carry out street works in Wales and Staffordshire (England) to help improve the United Kingdom’s existingfibre optic link with Ireland read more...

Rural Broadband: Ofcom approves Sea Fibre Networks' plans for Wales and England read more...

Submarine cable projects that address small communities don’t always make the headlines, but nevertheless have the ability to transform lives through the power of fibre connectivity. The CeltixConnect fibre gateway connects Dublin to London and was rolled out in 2012 read more...

ACMA's continued success at the forefront of the sub-sea cable maintenance and repair industry is linked to its ability to deliver a modern communications service to its members read more...

ACMA Selects Sea Fiber Networks to Oversee its Upgraded Website read more...

Ireland Telecoms Market: Having enjoyed impressive economic growth following its adoption of the Euro, which helped attract significant foreign investment due to its low corporation tax, Ireland’s economy was hit hard by the 2008 global financial crisis. Continue reading for SFN's contribution on this topic...

Here’s our review of Monday’s noteworthy links for the data center industry: Sea Fibre Networks, Equinix, Level 3

20/06/2012 Sea Fibre Networks expands network into London and Manchester read more...

Sea Fibre Networks Partners With euNetworks read more...

Live customer traffic lights up the Irish Sea: Colt's network investment strategy is certainly reaping its rewards read more...

Colt expands its Long Distance Network to Dublin read more...

Colt ready for service with new Irish Sea route between Dublin and London read more...

Silicon Republic

Build and they’ll dot.com

Digital infrastructure is vital to Ireland. With visionary insight, Diane Hodnett spearheaded the $15m CeltixConnect fibre gateway linking Ireland with the UK read more...

Fibre-optic cable linking Britain to Ireland goes live

The Irish Times Technology Section

 

Sea Fibre become a part of Silicon Republics Digital 21

10th January 2012

Sea Fibre Networks Signs Fibre Deal with Colt Technology Services

12th December 2011

Biz Daily Singapore covers "Sea Fibre Networks Commences CeltixConnect - a $15m Subsea Network Investment for the Most Data Driven Island in Europe"

 

12th December 2011

 The Boston Business Journal covers "Sea Fibre Networks Commences CeltixConnect"

12th December 2011

The Next Web covers "The UK and Ireland to be better connected, as $15m subsea cabling project launches"

12th December 2011

The Street covers "Sea Fibre Networks Commences CeltixConnect - A $15m Subsea Network Investment For The Most Data Driven Island In Europe"

Silicon Republic

12th December 2011

SiliconRepublic covers "US$15m UK-Ireland fibre network begins rollout today"

9th December 2011

TeleGeography covers "Plan unveiled for Ireland-France telecoms cable"

24th November 2011

Angel News covers "Investec completes $7.5 million deal with Sea Fibre Networks"

Redwood Capital

21st November 2011

Redwood Capital covers "Redwood Capital Advises CeltixConnect on $15 Million Debt and Equity Financing"

 

Silicon Republic

27th September 2011

SiliconRepublic covers "Ireland-UK under-sea fibre cable to go live in December"

 

Silicon Republic

10th March 2011

SiliconRepublic covers "CeltixConnect gets go-ahead to lay fibre under Irish Sea"

 

Silicon Republic

7th Decemeber 2009

SiliconRepublic covers "Construction begins on €15-million Ireland-Wales undersea fibre cable"