[Webinar] Multi-Terabit Submarine Cables…Too Big to Fail?


By Thomas SimpsonSep 28, 2016



Submarine networks became critical infrastructure long ago.

A subsea cable fault that interrupts 120 Gb/s traffic is a bad thing. But a fault that interrupts tens of terabits of traffic is quite another.

Given that submarine cables can now carry many terabits of traffic each and every second, the sheer capacities of these cables raises the stakes in the event of a cable fault.

Join TeleGeography’s Alan Mauldin and Ciena’s Ian Clarke as they discuss key current market dynamics in the APAC subsea region. They’ll also cover what organizations can do to mitigate the damage when the inevitable cable fault occurs.

Specific topics include: 

  • Market dynamics and new cable installations in the APAC subsea region, and why resiliency is KEY in this part of the world
  • Proactive measures to mitigate network faults before they occur
  • Reactive measures to mitigate network faults after they occur

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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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