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webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
That underwater cable network is used for both phone and Internet communication, since phone systems not seem to be converted to digital to go through the cables to give more "lines" of communication between countries


Are analog trunks still in use anywhere? The phone system has been digital for many years, long before there was an Internet. It'd have to be an extremely old cable to require analog trunks. Anything running over fibre would most certainly be digital.

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