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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Portuguese media report that the installation of the transatlantic submarine cable that will link Sines in Portugal to Fortaleza in Brazil, representing an investment of €170 (R$780) million, will see its first data transmission in late 2020

The submarine cable will pass through Cape Verde and Madeira, installing a data transmission capacity of 73 terabits per second, the municipality of Sines said in a statement.

The infrastructure, called Ellalink, will be implemented under the BELLA project (Building European Link to Latin America), which brings together European and South American science networks, funded by the European . . .

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