Tokyo, Dec.20: Fujitsu today announced that it has deployed its latest DWDM transmission equipment to increase the network capacity of Indonesia’s JaKa2LaDeMa submarine cable system.
This upgrade boosts the submarine system capacity from 10Gbps per circuit wavelength to 100Gbps.
By ensuring smoother communications and keeping pace with Indonesia’s soaring communications demand, which has increased in line with the prevalence of smart devices, the capacity increase will contribute to Indonesia’s rapid economic growth.
JaKa2LaDeMa is a submarine cable system installed in 2010 by Fujitsu and Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH, a major cable manufacturer in Germany, for PT.
Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk (P.T. Telkom Indonesia) is the largest telecommunications carrier in Indonesia. JaKa2LaDeMa, with a total length of 1,800 kilometers, is the first submarine cable system that links the five Indonesian islands of Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Java, Bali, and Lombok.
In Indonesia, which has been enjoying solid economic growth in excess of 6% in recent years, IP traffic is expected to grow by 42% between 2012 and 2017, the second-highest growth rate in the world.
By expanding and enhancing Indonesia’s network infrastructure, this project will make a significant contribution to the country’s economic development.
Fujitsu installed its FUJITSU Network FLASHWAVE 9500 multiplexed optical transport platform, which is its newest DWDM system employing the latest digital coherent technology, and its monitoring system, the FUJITSU Network NETSMART 1500.
This upgrade employs 100Gbps transmission technology in a submarine cable system within Indonesia and provides for five-time greater capacity, for a total of 490Gbps on the existing submarine system.
It is also possible to further upgrade this total by a factor of five in the future.
This capacity upgrade uses the latest optical transmission technology to enable the customer to maximize the utilization of the existing system, which was constructed with a significant investment.
Fujitsu will continue to meet the demands of customers around the world who need higher-performance and highly reliable and flexible submarine cable systems. (ANI)