BBC: Japan to repair damaged undersea cabling

March 18, 2011
Ship equipped with remotely-controlled robots to repair undersea cables.

BBC News science and technology reporter Katia Moskvitc has filed a report stating that aftershocks are still preventing Japan's telecommunication companies from repairing undersea cables, damaged in the recent earthquake and tsunami. KDDI, Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, said it will send out a ship equipped with remotely-controlled robots as soon as the ground is still.

Full Story:Japan to repair damaged undersea cables (www.bbc.co.uk)

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