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FCC Approves U.S. Landings for Project OXYGEN

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WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J., March 17 -- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved the application by Project Oxygen (USA) LLC for a license to land and operate a private international fiber optic submarine cable system. The 10 U.S. landing points are included in the first phase of the OXYGEN Network. Six of the planned landing stations will be located in the continental U.S., in coastal areas near the following cities: Nedonna, Oregon; San Francisco, California; San Luis Obispo, California; Tuckerton, New Jersey; Boston, Massachusetts; and West Palm Beach, Florida. The other four U.S. landing stations will be located at Agana, Guam; Honolulu, Hawaii; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and the Midway Islands.

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Mar 1999
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