The Dunnet Bay cable landing station is the location for the termination of the Uk-Iceland cable, Farice-1. Further information from http://www.farice.is/about-us/company-history/
BT Northern Lights is the top cable on the map, Farice-1 is the more southern. Two undersea power cables can also be seen.
The Winterton-on-Sea cable landing station is the termination point for the cable UK_Netherlands14 owned by Cable & Wireless Worldwide.
TAT-8 was commissioned in 1988 and terminated in the UK at Widemouth Bay. The probable termination location is the BT telephone exchange, which would otherwise appear to be particularly large for the sparse population in the area. Additionally, there would appear to be plant rooms underground.
TAT-8 and TAT-7 cable samples.
Three submarine cable currently terminate in this building:
Apollo North (to New York) – route
Europe India Gateway (built in 2010 to connect the UK to Portugal, Gibraltar, Monaco, France, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Oman, United Arab Emirates, and India at up to 3.84 Tbps) – route
Globalcom-1 (built in 2011, it connects the UK to Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, Ghana, and Nigeria at up to 2.5T bps) – route
Image above shows the cable landing station during its construction in December 2001.
Here are some pictures of the cable coming ashore.
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