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We were featured in the Submarine Telecoms Forum magazine : Breaking the Ice


ANCHORAGE, ALASKA — Anchorage-based telecommunications companies TelAlaska and Quintillion are bringing high speed broadband to residents of Nome for the first time. The two companies have been working together to develop a residential solution for the Norton Sound community, which has long been plagued by slow speeds and data restrictions. The new service will be delivered by TelAlaska over Quintillion’s subsea fiber optic cable system. Residents will have access to the internet at triple the currently available speeds and more than double the included data at prices that are competitive to what residents are paying now.

“These new internet services will be unlike any that Nome clients have ever seen,” said George Tronsrue III, Quintillion’s CEO.

Commercial customers and schools in Nome have been served since Quintillion’s network went live December 1, 2017.

Washington State Cable Landing Station Bolsters A New Opportunity for the Subsea Cable Industry

Taholah, Washington, June 25, 2019 – The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) announced today that they are moving forward with their project development plan to bring a new cable landing station to the State of
Washington for the first time in 20 years.

After two years of collaboration, due-diligence, and feasibility studies, the Quinault Indian Nation has determined a site location for the cable landing station (CLS) adjacent to the Quinault’s 26-­mile Pacific
coastline. The landing point will be south of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary (OCNMS), with plans under development for the backhaul network to run to Olympia connecting to the I-­5 corridor.
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