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STESEN KABEL DASAR LAUT

Officially opened by YAB DATUK SERI HJ MOHD ALI BIN MOHD RUSTAM, Ketua Menteri Melaka on 17th February 2005

Present cable systems: DMCS and SEA-ME-WE4 .

Figure 1: SKDL Melaka Station Layout

Submarine Cable Station in Malaysia

International submarine cable system landing in Malaysia


CSC (Terrestrial): FLAG: To Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, To India, Laos and China Middle APC: East, Europe, To H.Kong, Taiwan, Japan Thailand, H. & Singapore APCN 2: Kong, MT: To H.Kong, Philippines,Taiwan, China, Korea To Thailand China, Korea, Singapore & Japan & Japan SAT3/WASC/SAFE: Pasir SEA-ME-WE 3: Penang To India, Africa Mas To Brunei, Philippines, & Europe Vietnam, H.Kong, China, Korea & Japan SEA-ME-WE Cherating APCN: 3: To India, Middle East, Europe & Singapore K L To Thailand, H.Kong Philippines,Taiwan, Korea & Japan

Melaka SEA-ME-WE 4: To India, Middle East, Europe & DMCS: Singapore To Dumai, Indonesia

Mersing

APCN: To Singapore Indonesia& Australia

SEA-ME-WE 3: To Singapore, Indonesia, Australia

DUMAI-MELAKA CABLE SYSTEM (DMCS)


TM and Telkom : Joint ownership between TM of Malaysia and PT Telkom of Indonesia

In service beginning 18 January 2005. Using High end DWDM andNEC SpectralWave40 NEC SpectralWave40

Cable Length147km: High powered optical transmission to allow repeaterless transmission over 147km

DWDM SLTE: High end Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) submarine Line Terminal Equipment

320 Gb/s: Superior capacity of 320Gb/s, equivalent to 2048 STM-1 (3.9 millions simultaneously active telephone channels)

SOUTH EAST ASIA-MIDDLE EAST- WESTERN EUROPE 4 (SEA-ME-WE4)

16 Telcos : Owned by the SMW4 consortium consisting of TM and 15 other international Telcos Ready For Service : In service since 22 November 2005 Landing Countries : Landing in 14 countries in Europe, North Africa, Middle East, South Asia and South East Asia

Integrated NMS : integrated Alcatel 1353NM Network Management System in every station

DWDM Technology : Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Technology allowing bit-rate up to 1.28 Terabits per second

OALC7, SL17 Cables : OALC4 and SL17 submarine cable designed to suit the systems requirements over different regions

1.28 Tb/s : Designed capacity (1.28 Tbps) equivalent to 8192 STM-1 (15.48 millions simultaneously active telephone channels)

ELEMENTS OF A SUBMARINE CABLE SYSTEM

SUBMARINE CABLE SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY

DWDM LTE Advanced terminal equipments enabling single fiber optical transmission up to Terabits per second

SDH Interconnection Equipment Advanced networking, routing, restoration, protection, and performance capabilities on the Equipment Management Layer and Network Management Layer

Test Equipment Submarine-specific, SDH, telecommunication, power, and routine test equipments

Optical Fibre Technology Dispersion managed, high resilience and reliability optical fibres

Cables Armoured , lightweight, resiliency tailored cables Repeaters and Branching Units Advanced optical amplifier technology for regeneration and segmentation equipment

Flexible Network Management System (NMS) Overlooks the overall network of a system

Power Feeding Equipment Load stabilized and surge protected. For submerged plants power supplies and fault localizations