Google's key move to tie US & Japan, Allots $1billion for Digital Connectivity

Google's key move to tie US & Japan, Allots $1billion for Digital Connectivity
Global tech giant, Google will invest $ 1 billion to develop the connectivity between U.S & Japan via two subsea cables during the Alphabet-owned firm’s visit by the prime minister of Japan to amplify the bond between the countries.
In a blog post, Google said that Proa and Taihei, the two subsea cables will advance the connectivity of Japan, US & other multiple pacific island territories & countries.
A joint statement from United States-Japan says, "Building on the U.S.-Australia joint funding commitment for subsea cables last October, the United States and Japan plan to collaborate with like-minded partners to build trusted and more resilient networks and intend to contribute funds to provide subsea cables in the Pacific region”.
The pacific region has become a boundless area of keen for US & China, who are pushing for influence in the zone with exclusive & competing offers for country’s infrastructure and military 
Alliances. President Joe Biden has pushed for telecommunications services dominance in US, observing the potential industry as a key national security issue due to its mechanism over data & information that flows globally.
Last year, US promised that it jointly endorse two undersea cables, which to be built by Google that connects the US territory Guam with hubs in French Polynesia & Fiji & across the remote-based islands in pacific region. 
Google said the Proa subsea cable would associate the U.S., Japan, CNMI - Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands & Guam while the Taihei subsea cable would interlink the U.S., Japan & Hawaii.
Additionally, Google said it would provide financing for the construction of an interlink cable connecting Hawaii, the CNMI and Guam.
Also, the tech giant said it would work in partnership with ventures based in Japan such as Arteria Networks, KDDI, Citadel Pacific based in Philippines & CNMI to expand the digital connectivity in the pacific region. Subsea cables are the backbone of the internet connectivity that carries 99 percent data traffic in the world.