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  • 26 October 2016, 18:07.
    Verizon workers can now be fired if they fix copper phone lines
    Verizon has told its field technicians in Pennsylvania that they can be fired if they try to fix broken copper phone lines. Instead, employees must try to replace copper lines with a device that connects to Verizon Wireless’s cell phone network.
  • 24 October 2016, 08:57.
    Giant Iceland-UK power cable plan seen facing Brexit delay
    Plans to build the world's longest power interconnector from Iceland to Britain could be delayed by Britain's decision to leave the European Union, the head of Icelandic utility Landsvirkjun has told Reuters in an interview.
  • 20 October 2016, 08:55.
    First of many major solar power plants built in University of Ibadan
    The first major solar power plant in Nigeria has been launched at the University of Ibadan. The solar plant became a reality as a result of a collaboration between the federal government, through the Tertiary Education Trust Fund, the German government and host institution.
  • 17 October 2016, 18:05.
    HENGTONG Releases Almost One-Tenth of the Total Research Papers at IWCS 2016
    IWCS 2016 was held in Providence, Rhode Island, USA on October 2-5, at which over 130 academic results from around the world were issued. Hengtong has attended the conference and released 12 papers, almost a tenth of the total amount.
  • 17 October 2016, 08:14.
    Northland excited as NZ-US internet cable rolls off the production line
    Manufacturing has started of a 14,000 kilometre internet cable that will link New Zealand and Australia to the United States.
  • 14 October 2016, 08:55.
    TMK ships pipe to build 2018 World Cup stadiums
    TMK has shipped a batch of seamless pipe for the construction of Mordovia Arena stadium in Saransk, which will host the 2018 FIFA World Cup matches. The contractor for the new stadium will receive 210 tonnes of 219 mm and 426 mm S440 grade steel seamless pipe.
  • 12 October 2016, 08:54.
    An undersea transmission cable potential threat to smelters
    Smelters in South Eastern Europe, before all KAP in Podgorica, Montenegro and Aluminij d.d. in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, are potentially at risk of experiencing higher electricity costs after an undersea transmission cable becomes functional in late 2018.
  • 10 October 2016, 08:58.
    Corning To Expand Hickory, Winston-Salem Plants
    Corning Inc. says growing demand for optical fiber in communications networks is behind plans for a $30 million expansion of its optical cable plant in Hickory. The company also announced a similar sized expansion of another plant in Winston-Salem.
  • 06 October 2016, 00:03.
    Nexans achieves a triple technology milestone in HVDC cable systems
    HVDC (high voltage direct current) power links are now able to utilize Nexans state-of-the-art XLPE cables that are qualified to 320 kV, while type testing at 525 kV has just been successfully completed. At the same time Nexans has qualified the first 600 kV mass impregnated cable with a paper-based insulation.
  • 03 October 2016, 08:37.
    Suhner Manufacturing plans expansion into Brugg Cables building after Brugg closes
    Employees of Brugg Cables North America have been told the plant will shut down next year, but all 15 employees will have the opportunity to sign on with sibling company Suhner Manufacturing, a company official said.