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Teleglobe Inc.
Teleglobe specializes in and is dedicated solely to its core business of intercontinental communications. Teleglobe intends to forge strategic alliances with carriers and act in a complementary role, providing intercontinental telecommunications to the domestic service providers.
Teleglobe's network is one of the most up-to-date and uses the latest technology. Teleglobe is the main shareholder of the CANTAT 3 cable, the first SDH transatlantic cable, and will soon go ahead with CANUS 1, a privately owned cable shared by Teleglobe and its American partner, Optel. Teleglobe's cable and satellite based network circles the globe, linking Canada with more than 230 countries territories offering extensive intercontinental telecommunications capability.

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