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a small conspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere in the Milky Way near Centaurus

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Southern Cross introduced Ethernet Private Line (EPL) services in 2009, one of the first submarine cable operators to do so globally, initially based on SDH technology, and later enhanced with OTN based services culminating with the activation of 100GbE services earlier in 2015.
Southern Cross sales and marketing director Ross Pfeffer said, "The 100G transmission equipment increases total lit capacity across our two cables to 2.
While all other care homes in the region owned by Southern Cross have either been or are in the process of being transferred to new owners, the Langholm Care Home in High Bondgate, Bishop Auckland, is to close because no care providers want to take it over.
The new operating company is expected to take over the homes once the wind-down of Southern Cross is complete, which could be at the end of October, it is understood.
The residents and staff at 43 homes throughout the West Midlands face an uncertain future after Southern Cross announced plans to shut down.
Southern Cross is Britain's largest care home provider and has 22 homes across Merseyside with 325 residents.
There are 1,921 beds in the 45 homes, which Four Seasons leased to Southern Cross under an agreement brokered by its former owner.
A GROUP of care homes identified for possible closure by stricken Southern Cross Healthcare have been saved after the landlord said it would take them over and keep them open.
Southern Cross currently runs 736 homes but the crisis-hit company could be slimmed down to between 250 and 400, industry sources claimed last night.
Southern Cross landlords said they were prepared to make significant financial concessions to the firm.
The job losses were announced by Southern Cross Healthcare which has 22 of its 750 care homes in Merseyside and employs thousands of staff.
THE crisis facing care homes giant Southern Cross has led to fears that other firms in the sector are also "on the brink" of collapse, a leading union has warned.
THE Welsh Government yesterday ruled out bailing out crisis-hit care home provider Southern Cross.
British home care group Southern Cross Healthcare (LON:SCHE) is considering a possible sale in a move to raise cash, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
The Lanarkshire home is owned by Southern Cross, who are facing allegations of serious abuse at one of their Glasgow homes.
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