Huawei Marine to Deploy 100G Network in Arctic

Huawei Marine will partner with Tele Greenland for the deployment of a 100G network along the Greenlandic west coast as well as a capacity upgrade of the existing Greenland Connect which connects Greenland with Iceland/Europe and North America.

According to the company, when completed, the new system will create a record – the world’s most northern 100G submarine network.

Huawei Marine will supply and in collaboration with Tele Greenland install Submarine Line Terminal Equipment for the domestic submarine cable system Greenland Connect North, which will connect Nuuk, Maniitsoq, Sisimiut and Aasiaat. The new system will initially hold a capacity of 100G to each town. In addition Huawei Marine will supply and install Submarine Line Terminal Equipment for the existing Greenland Connect system, which connects Greenland, Iceland and Canada. The initial capacity will be 100G.

The supply for the new Greenland Connect North system will have a design capacity of 4.8T, while the design capacity for Greenland Connect will be increased from 1,92T to 12.8T between Greenland, Europe and North America.

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