Google has announced its involvement in an undersea cable that will link the United States and Brazil by year-end 2016. Google will partner with Brazilian ISP Algar Telecom, Uruguayan incumbent telco Antel, and the Angola Cables consortium of Angolan ISPs. The cable will be capable of carrying a total of 64 terabits per second of capacity over six fibre pairs. The Angola Cables group aims to link the US-Brazil cable to its planned South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), which would connect Brazil to Africa in 2016.
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