TCS-1

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TCS-1 (Transcaribbean System 1) was an optical submarine telephone cable.

It was installed in 1990, was 2,593km in length and had a capacity of 280 Mbit/s. Service was ended on 9 January 2004. It was owned and maintained by AT&T, MCI and Sprint

It had landing points in:

  1. San Juan, Puerto Rico
  2. Baranquilla, Colombia
  3. Santo Domingo, Dominican R.
  4. Kingston, Jamaica

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