Superloop, a fiber optic infrastructure company in the Asia-Pacific region, has released a progress report on its deployed INDIGO submarine cable, noting that it has completed marine surveys, cable system manufacturing and factory testing for INDIGO-West and INDIGO-Central, and launched the drilling of these two segments of the submarine cable in Sydney.
According to the plan, the Perth Landing will be completed in early September, and will land in Sydney in mid-October, and the final merger of INDIGO-Central in early December this year.filling jelly for optical fiber cable
Superloop CEO Drew Kelton commented: "The construction of the INDIGO International Submarine Cable System, one of our largest infrastructure projects, is well under way. If weather conditions permit, it may be completed ahead of time, or even before the end of the current fiscal year. The two submarine cables will span 9,000 kilometers and connect Sydney, Perth, Singapore and Jakarta."filling gel for optical fiber loose tube
Once the Indigo submarine cable system is completed, Superloop says the initial design capacity is 4.5 Tbps, which will increase over time. As a dual fiber pair, the total design capacity can reach 18 Tbps.filling compound for optical fiber loose tube