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TAT-14 is AT&T's 14th transatlantic telephone cable system. In operation from 2000 it utilises wavelength division multiplexing to carry 16 x STM-64 circuits between the USA and the United Kingdom, France, The Netherlands. Germany and Denmark in a ring topolgy.

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By the time this cable went into operation, the expected long boom (term coined by Wired magazine) was already ending in the dotcom death. The overinvestment in transcontinental optical fiber capacity led to a financial crisis in private cable operators like Global Crossing, but maybe not for AT&T?