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Reliance Jio's new undersea cable links Asia, Africa, Europe

India gains 40 terabytes of bandwidth capacity as demand rises

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Workers examine an undersea cable at a factory in central China's Hubei Province.   © Reuters

MUMBAI -- Indian mobile communications company Reliance Jio Infocomm has debuted a 25,000km undersea cable connecting Asia, Africa and Europe in a bid to keep pace with demand for data.

The cable links the French city of Marseille with Hong Kong and travels through four seas -- the South China, Arabian, Red and Mediterranean -- in what is reportedly one of the largest such projects of the past 15 years.

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