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Submarine Cable Almanac

About the Submarine Cable Almanac

The Submarine Cable Almanac is a free publication made available through diligent data gathering and mapping efforts by the analysts at STF Analytics, a division of Submarine Telecoms Forum. This reference tool gives details on cable systems including a system map, landing points, system capacity, length, RFS year and other valuable data.

About the Sponsor

The Almanac is made possible by our exclusive sponsor – Submarine Cable Salvage, an Ocean Networks Inc. Company.

Submarine Cable Salvage is owned and operated by Ocean Networks and is funded through a private investment group with a focus on protecting the environment.

To learn more about the sponsor, please visit https://www.oceannetworks.com/

Next Submarine Cable Almanac Release: November 2019

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The detail offered in this publication is supported through research from the SubTel Forum staff and updates supplied by the industry itself. Maps are produced with ArcGIS Pro, in the same format and visual style as SubTel Forum’s Submarine Cables of the World print map. Data is collected from the public domain, and is the most accurate, comprehensive, and centralized source of information in the industry. System information can be amended by contacting the research staff here.

Since the last issue, we have added eight new systems and updated an additional ninety-five. 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 supplied by owners and suppliers directly. 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].