MAYA-1

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MAYA-1 is an optical submarine telephone cable.

It began service in 2000, using SDH and EDFA technologies and has a capacity of 82.5 Gbit/s. Owned and maintained by AT&T, Telmex, Hondutel, it is 4,323 km (2,686 mi) in length and was manufactured by ASN (Alcatel Submarine Networks).

It has landing points in:

  1. Hollywood, Florida, United States
  2. Cancún, Mexico
  3. Half Moon Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
  4. Puerto Cortes, Honduras
  5. Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
  6. Maria Chiquita, Panama
  7. Tolú, Colombia

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