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Consortium to run fibre network from Europe to Asia through Northwest Passage

News | 03/11/2022 4:51 pm EST
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An Alaskan company has unveiled a billion-dollar project to run fibre from Europe to Asia. By doing so, it will increase internet connectivity in Canada’s Arctic.

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