Tenders Invited for New Subsea Cable Project (French Guyana)

Collectivité territoriale de Guyane

By Collectivité territoriale de Guyane

The French local authority of French Guyana (Collectivité territoriale de Guyane) has issued a tender invitation for the establishment and operation of a submarine cable to connect French Guyana and the European continent.

This system has to provide transmission capacity for a very-high-speed, priceless and secure broadband electronic communications network.

The infrastructure will be a submarine transmission system composed of optical cables with a landing point in French Guyana (Kourou) and an optional landing point also in French Guyana (Saint Laurent-du-Maroni).

The deadline for the submission of tenders, in French, is October 4, 2016. All relevant documentation could be downloaded on the website: http://www.splang.fr/


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