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cable system

[′kā·bəl ‚sis·təm]
(mining engineering)
A drilling system involving a heavy string of tools suspended from a flexible cable.
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The IGG, which will be around 5,300km long, is a 100 Gigabit per second (Gbps) x 80 wavelengths (wl) x 4 fiber pairs (fp) optical fiber submarine cable system, and it will connect Singapore with the Indonesian cities of Dumai, Batam, Jakarta, Madura, Bali, Makassar, Bilikpapan, Takaran and Manado.
The second key objective is to develop, design, produce and operate this HTS cable system.
As most of the international submarine cables in South Asia end at Sri Lanka, which serves as an international gateway, SLT, the leading telecommunications operator in Sri Lanka, expects to support IP services including multimedia contents and global connectivity through the proposed cable system.
The contracts with all cable systems call for the first 40 games to be included, with the second 40 available for the surcharge.
Representing another quantum change to the HITS platform, cable system affiliates now have three options for Motorola set top authorization services.
Naoki Yoshida, general manager, Submarine Network Division, NEC Corporation stated: NEC is honored to be selected by PT Telkom as the supplier of the most advanced optical fiber submarine cable system to connect the eastern Indonesian provinces.
And Steve Perlman, president of Web TV Networks, which Microsoft acquired for $425 million earlier this year, said that Worldgate was understating the real cost to consumers of its system and overstating how quickly local cable systems would be upgraded for interactive service.
TCI will be the first major cable operator to carry the Fox network, which is jockeying with all-news networks being launched by other media companies for the limited space available on cable systems.
The consumer analysis examines the economic viability of various VOD pricing and programming combinations based on their programming costs, not taking into account the operating costs of a real world cable system.
is a leading media and entertainment company, whose businesses include interactive services, cable systems, filmed entertainment, television networks and publishing.
With this listing, Corning Cable Systems is the only manufacturer to have a complete tip-to-tip passive product portfolio listed by the RDUP.