Australia-Indonesia-Singapore Submarine Cable Indigo Is About To Put Into Use
“Indigo, a submarine cable system connecting Australia, Singapore and Indonesia, is coming online,” said Bevan Slattery, head of the Indigo Enterprise Consortium, who recently revealed on LinkedIn that “after years of construction, the Indigo Central and Indigo West feeders are about to be put into use. ""
The Indigo Central branch line is a submarine cable line connecting Sydney and Perth, Australia, and the West branch line is a submarine cable line that Perth has arrived in Singapore through Jakarta.
Partners involved in Indigo submarine cable construction include AARNet (Australian academic and research network), Google, Telstra, Singapore Telecom and Indosat Ooredoo, and Alcatel Underwater Networks is responsible for the construction.
With a total length of approximately 9,000 kilometers, the Indigo submarine cable provides 18Tbps of capacity to bring more connectivity to areas of growing demand for the Internet. Indigo is the second new submarine cable system that crosses the Perth-Singapore route following Vocus's Australia-Singapore Cable (ASC), which was completed and put into use last September.
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