Submarine Networks

Zeusconnects Lowestoft in the UK to Zandvoort in the Netherlands (credit: Zayo)

Connecting continents

Can subsea cables cope with a world in flux? Alice Jensen finds out

From left: En Busiai Bin Seman (COO of SAINS), Mr. Dominick Siddle (CMO of irix), Mr. Sng Wei Kai (executive director of irix), Mr. Jonathan Smith (CEO of irix), YB Datuk Julaihi Narawi (Minister of Utility and Telecommunication Sarawak), Mr. Abang Abdillah Izzarim Bin Datuk Patinggi Abg Hj. Ab Rahman Zohari (chairman of irix), Tan Sri Mohamad Salim Fateh Din (chairman of MCMC)

Subsea cable launches connecting Malaysia and Indonesia

irix (formerly known as PP Telecommunication) launched the Batam-Sarawak Internet Cable System (BaSICS) alongside Tier IV data centre, the irix DC

Image credit: Christoph Burgsteet/Shutterstock.com

EASSy submarine network gets capacity upgrade

EASSy, a 10,000km submarine cable system spanning Africa’s east and south coasts, is undergoing an upgrade to increase capacity and performance in sub-Saharan Africa.

Pan-Arctic subsea cable build to begin

Finnish network solutions provider Cinia has partnered with Japanese infrastructure firm, Arteria Networks to build a fibre optic cable system linking Europe and Asia through the Arctic region.

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