Mauritius Telecom T3 Subsea Cable Lands in Mauritius
Mauritius Telecom strengthens its very high-speed web connectivity with the implementation of its third subsea cable of the most recent know-how, the T3 cable. Mauritius Telecom (MT) introduced the touchdown of the T3 cable final Friday, on March 24. The contracted provider ASN and cable ship CS Teliri related the primary finish of the cable to the touchdown station within the south of Mauritius (Bay Jacotet).
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Mauritius Telecom Subsea Cables
Mauritius Telecom is continuous its investments to help the digital transformation of Mauritius, and so is its funding in a 3rd subsea cable. Submarine cables function a spine for financial growth, performing as digital information connections. Globally, 98% of worldwide web site visitors passes by means of submarine cables. In accordance with the assertion by the corporate, Mauritius Telecom is already working 2 fiber optic submarine cables, SAFE (South Africa Far East) – 13,500 km cable and LION (Decrease Indian Ocean Community) – 1,060 km cable, commissioned in 2002 and 2009, respectively.
Mauritius Telecom Third Subsea Cable – T3
Mauritius Telecom says it has invested in a 3rd cable, T3, to diversify its digital roads. The T3 cable initially connects Mauritius to South Africa and gives elevated redundancy and resiliency. In consequence, the resilience of MT’s submarine telecom infrastructures is ensured, and repair disruptions are minimized within the occasion of cuts in current cables.
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The T3 cable, which is 3200 km lengthy, has a capability of 18 Tbps and will increase the whole out there capability whereas providing low latency. In consequence, Mauritius Telecom can cater to the elevated calls for of customers and companies. The T3 cable has a life span of 25 years.
In accordance with the assertion, after laying the T3 cable in Mauritius, the cable ship Teliri will proceed its route by laying the submarine cable to South Africa. The commissioning of the T3 cable is scheduled for the tip of 2023.