Cable Faults

Seacom Cable Fault Hits SA Internet

A fault in the Seacom submarine cable has affected internet services in South Africa. Read story…

Submarine Cable Maintenance Near Singapore May Lead to Internet Disruption from Sunday

Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Ltd has informed its users that internet services may be disrupted during submarine cable repair work. Read story…

Tanzania: Internet Interruption As Sea Cable Maintenance Starts

Internet users in Tanzania were affected by maintenance on the Seacom submarine cable. Read story…

Data Center

DDoS Attack Against Dyn Managed DNS

Dyn experienced a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on October 21 starting at 11:10 UTC. Read story…

Cinia and IT Norrbotten Announce Interconnection Agreement

Cinia Group and IT Norrbotten have announced an interconnection agreement to help leverage the C-Lion1 submarine cable. Read story…

Future Systems

Faster Internet Speeds Coming to Asia with Regional Submarine Cable System

Super Sea Cable Networks SEAX submarine cable system aims to improve regional connectivity for Southeast Asia. The system will be implemented in three phases over the next five years. Read story…

Ile de Re Undersea Cabling Ship Arrives in Auckland

The Ile de Re has arrived in Auckland to lay the final section of the Tasman Global Access submarine cable system. Read story…

TE SubCom Supplies MAREA Submarine Cable System

TE SubCom has been selected to supply the MAREA submarine cable system. Read story…

South Atlantic Submarine Cable System to Dramatically Lower Latency Between Africa, South America

The South Atlantic Cable System is projected to lower latency between Africa and South America from 300 ms to 63 ms. The 6,500 km cable between Fortaleza, Brazil, and Sangano, Angola is scheduled to be ready for service mid-2018. Read story…

Northern Marianas Islands’ Second Undersea Cable Online by May ’17

The ATISA submarine cable is expected to be ready for service in May 2017. Read story…