Submarine Cable Almanac – Issue 33 Out Now!

The 33nd issue of the Submarine Cable Almanac is now available and contains details on every major submarine cable system in the world.SubTel Forum Press Release
February 17, 2020

SubTel Forum is pleased to announce that the thirty-third edition of the Submarine Cable Almanac is now available.

Since the last issue, we have added ten new systems and updated an additional nintey-six.

You may also notice more of our continuous updates to this publication. Our analysts’ and database engineers’ R&D efforts are ongoing and aim to provide new tools and approaches for each SubTel publication. With each issue, we plan to bring new data and techniques to you, our loyal readers.

The data provided in this document is, as it ever has been, from the public domain and/or directly supplied by owners and suppliers. If you see a system that needs updating or know of an upcoming system that needs to be represented, please feel free to contact us directly at [email protected].

The Almanac is made possible by our exclusive sponsor – SEACOM.

SEACOM is an owner and operator of the SEACOM submarine cable system serving the East coast of Africa.

To learn more about the sponsor, please visit

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