[Webinar] Keep Your Options Open: Submarine Route Diversity

Internet Network

By Jayne MillerSep 6, 2017


With over 99 percent of the world’s intercontinental communications traffic flowing over submarine cables, increased route diversity has become a critical requirement.

Ensuring that the growing amount of traffic carried over the global internet remains available at all times is crucial.

Submarine Route Diversity

Join TeleGeography’s Alan Mauldin and Ciena’s Brian Lavallée for a live webinar discussion on Tuesday, September 19 at 11 p.m. ET (Wednesday, September 20, 11 a.m. SGT) about increased submarine cable route diversity in the Asia-Pacific region, including:

  • A summary of the existing APAC submarine cable routes and changes in network topologies
  • Where new submarine cables are expected to be deployed and why
  • Technologies available to proactively and reactively prevent network outages

Subsea networks have quickly become critical infrastructure and are now expected to evolve to reflect this new reality.

Today’s new submarine cables must address far more than just increased information-carrying capacities between continental landmasses.

Are you sufficiently diversified? Join the discussion and find out.

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Alan Mauldin

Alan Mauldin

Alan Mauldin is a Research Director at TeleGeography. He manages the company’s infrastructure research group, focusing primarily on submarine cables, terrestrial networks, international Internet infrastructure, and bandwidth demand modeling. He also advises clients with due diligence analysis, feasibility studies, and business plan development for projects around the world. Alan speaks frequently about the global network industry at a wide range of conferences, including PTC, Submarine Networks World, and SubOptic.

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