BSFOCS

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BSFOCS or Black Sea Fibre Optic Cable System is a 1,300 km (808 mi) submarine telecommunications cable system linking three countries bordering the Black Sea.[1] It went into operation in September 2001, and has a total capacity of 20 Gbit/s along 2 fiber pairs.[1]

It has landing points in:

  1. Varna, Bulgaria
  2. Odessa, Ukraine
  3. Novorossiysk, Russia

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