Google is paving its own transatlantic cable to speed

Google has decided to bypass the competitors on speed. Make it not so easy. The company will have to build their own private cable across the ocean from the US to France. It is about these intentions and the company announced on Tuesday. The cable will be named in honor of Dunant the founder and first Nobel Peace Prize laureate Henry Dunant.

Google is paving its own transatlantic cable to speed

Google Company expects that it will be able to use the cable already in 2020. Director, Jane Stowell strategy called route across the Atlantic the busiest. Own cable will allow to grow and develop such a product, as the Google Cloud.

As a rule, under the ocean cables lay a consortium of companies. For example, in 2016 Google teams up with Facebook for cabling between Los Angeles and Hong Kong. We were told that the process of wiring can not be called simple. But this time, the cable will be owned by Google only.

Google is paving its own transatlantic cable to speed

Dunant is the first transatlantic cable, which will be wholly owned by a single company. This can give Google a great advantage over competing Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services. It is noteworthy that for Google it will be the second private cable. First it earned in 2019. It is called the Curie and connects Los Angeles and Chile.