Broadband Linking American Samoa Territory (BLAST) is American Samoa’s first-ever inter-island 350 km unrepeatered submarine cable network connecting the six Islands of Fogagogo, Tu’tuila, Ofu, Luma, Ta’u and Aunu’u being implemented in concert with an extensive terrestrial island fiber build-out with a planned RFS of 2015.
BP GoM is North America’s first-ever 1,200 km repeatered submarine fiber optic network connecting eight offshore platforms of Main Pass 260, Marlin, Horn Mountain, Na Kika, Thunder Horse, Atlantis, Mad Dog and Holstein in the Gulf of Mexico with an RFS of 2009.
Global Caribbean Network (GCN) submarine cable system in the Eastern Caribbean is a 2,885 km unrepeatered submarine cable system that connects Guadeloupe, St. Kitts & Nevis, Barbados, Dominica, Antigua, St Martin, Virgin Islands, St. Vincent, Martinique, Trinidad, St Lucia, and Grenada with an RFS of 2007.
Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) is a networked infrastructure of submarine cabled sensor systems to measure the physical, chemical, geological and biological variables in the ocean and seafloor in multiple geographical locations.
Quintillion Subsea is the world’s first-ever 1,900 km repeatered submarine fiber optic network connecting the Alaskan Arctic of Prudhoe Bay and Nome through an express system, and Barrow, Wainwright, Point Hope and Kotzebue through an omnibus system with an RFS of 2017.
South Pole Broadband Study is a research and engineering analyses of fiber optic cable, microwave radio and tropospheric scatter radio for a telecoms link between McMurdo Station and Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in consideration of...