Concerto 1

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Concerto 1 is a submarine telecommunications cable system in the North Sea connecting the UK, Netherlands and Belgium. Concerto 1 was built in 1999 by Alcatel for Flute ltd, part of the Interoute group.[1]

It is a triangular system with three submarine segments - Concerto 1 North, Concerto 1 South and Concerto 1 East

Concerto 1 North has landing points at:
1. near Thorpeness, England, United Kingdom
3. near Zandvoort, Netherlands

Concerto 1 South has landing points at:
1. near Thorpeness, England, United Kingdom
2. near Zeebrugge, Flanders, Belgium

Concerto 1 East has landing points at:
3. near Zandvoort, Netherlands
2. near Zeebrugge, Flanders, Belgium

Note that there are two landing points at each location - the landing points are not at exactly the same points.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FLUTE LTD. SELECTS ALCATEL TO BUILD CONCERTO #1 UNDERSEA OPTICAL NETWORK LINKING UK, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND" Archived 14 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine., Alcatel press release 17 November 1999, retrieved 3 January 2013

External links[edit]

  • "Kingfisher Cable Awareness Chart, North Sea South" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 16 August 2006. Retrieved 25 November 2006.