The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season was an extremely active year.


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The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season was an extremely active year, tied with 1887, 1995, 2010, and the following 2012 season, for the third-highest number of named storms on record. Hurricane Ophelia – the most intense of seven hurricanes – gradually intensified into a Category 4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 140 mph (220 km/h).

Report: Japan's communications infrastructure largely weathered quake(March 2011) -- The colossal magnitude 9.0 earthquake that devastated Japan damaged undersea data cables, but caused surprisingly minimal disruption to the country's Internet and telephone network, according to representatives of the country's telecom industry. Read Full Article

Cabling News Flashback - 2011

Free data center space offered to those affected by Japan earthquake, tsunami, nuclear plant disaster

AFL donates to Japan recovery efforts

BBC: Japan to repair damaged undersea cabling

Global impact of Japan's quake and tsunami

Business continuance/disaster recovery tops IT execs' wish list

Software simulates data center fiber break, disaster recovery scenarios

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