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News on arctic submarine fiber optic cable line project

Saturday, August 7, 2021

MURMANSK August 6 /TASS/. The cable laying vessel began its work on laying the transarctic main underwater fiber-optic communication line (VOLS) Murmansk - Vladivostok of the Polar Express project in the village of Teriberka, Murmansk Region, on the banks of the Barents Sea. This was announced on Friday by the general director of the company "Management of Advanced Technologies" (JSC "UPT" - the chief performer of the project) Alexey Strelchenko.


Friday, August 6, 2021

MOSCOW, Aug 5 - PRIME. Cable laying vessels begin deep-sea laying of the transarctic fiber-optic communication line Murmansk - Vladivostok, which will become a unique project that has no analogues in the world, the "digital ridge of the Arctic," Alexey Strelchenko, general director of Advanced Technologies Management JSC (chief executive officer of the project), told reporters.


Tuesday, August 3, 2021

On August 5, 2021, a press conference will be held in Murmansk on the territory of Azimut Hotel to launch the works as part of the Polar Express project on the deep-sea laying of the transarctic fiber-optic communication line Murmansk-Vladivostok in the Teriberka-Amderma area.


Friday, July 30, 2021

The first factory in Russia for the production of cables for the transarctic fiber-optic communication line (FOLC) began work in the Murmansk region, the Ministry of Information Policy of the region said on Friday.


Friday, June 4, 2021

th 2021 a cooperation agreement was signed between JSC “Atomenergoprom” and FSUE “Morsviazsputnik” at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. The document was signed by Ekaterina Viktorovna Lyakhova, Deputy Director of “Atomenergoprom”, and Andrey Kuropyatnikov, General Director of “Morsviazsputnik”.

 


Thursday, June 3, 2021

Saint Petersburg , Russian Federation – PJSC «MTS» (NYSE: MBT, MOEX: MTSS), Russia’s largest telecoms operator and information services provider, and FSUE «Morsviazsputnik», the operator of a transarctic FOCL, have signed a strategic partnership agreement at the 2021 St. Petersburg Economic Forum in view of planning and implementing infrastructure projects based on the construction of a submarine transarctic fiber-optic cable line (FOCL) from Murmansk to Vladivostok with exit points along the North Sea route (the «Polar express» project).

 


Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Moscow, 20of April /TASS / The deep-water cable laying process within the construction of a transarctic submarine fiber optic cable line from Murmansk to Vladivostok along the North Sea Route will commence at the end of May – beginning of June, as stated by the deputy head of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation Aleksander Poshivai on a press conference at TASS.

 


Thursday, November 19, 2020

The Ministry of Transport, Rosmorrechflot and a number of Federal State Unitary Enterprises (FSUEs) have begun to construct a high-speed cable line to the Arctic. “Megafon” and Cinia have a similar project in plan. Experts are skeptical as to whether the region has enough clients to feed both projects.