What We read: Excellent News Edition

To spread out some cheer and commemorate the start of the holiday, we’re calling this month’s reading list the “great news edition.”

Here are 3 feel-good telecom headings that you can be happy for while waiting in line for those Black Friday offers.

Ulstein Selected to Style Next-Generation Cable Television Laying Vessel

Last November, we went over a scarcity of undersea cable-laying ships. While this is still a continuous concern in the market, there is a beacon of hope: a brand-new vessel.

According to this Ocean News & & Innovation short article, “Megamas Resources will be presenting 2 new-builds with the very first targeting to be prepared for service early 2026, to fill the space in satisfying the market needs.”

Click the link above to read more about the brand-new and ingenious style.

FCC looks for to protect school broadband networks

Previously this month, the FCC launched a public notification pitching a pilot program that would “assist K-12 schools and libraries deal with the growing cyber dangers and attacks versus their broadband networks and information.”

Light Checking Out has the complete scoop on this proposed $200 million, three-year strategy.

AI early caution system to assist safeguard marine mammals

In collaboration with WWF South Africa, Vodacom is doing its part to safeguard marine mammals. How, you ask?

With making use of electronic cameras and hydrophones, Vodacom’s AI-based innovation option can notify mussel farmers about whales in the Saldanha Bay Aquaculture Advancement Zone and trigger the essential procedure in case of an entanglement.

” Beyond its capability to avoid whale entanglements, the early caution system will likewise be utilized to collect clinical information by tape-recording the motion of marine life and might assist to avoid ship strikes for other superpods, such as seals and dolphins. As soon as the pilot job has actually been finished in Saldanha Bay, the option can be broadened to other seaside locations and fisheries.”

This has actually got to be the very first time we have actually discussed mussel farming on the TeleGeography blog site.

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