Defining Acceptable Subsea Cable Risk

Since the 1850s, submarine cables have played an integral role in international data transmission and are now crucial to the growth of offshore renewables sector.

Phase Two of SOMS Hydrographic Survey Begins

The second phase of a joint hydrographic survey of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) by Indonesia, ...

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UUV Aquabotix Concludes First Sale in Japan

UUV Aquabotix has sold its first product in the Japanese market following the appointment of an agent in Japan. ...

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Aquatera to Support Tidal Energy Project in Japan

Orkney-based Aquatera has been awarded a consultancy contract to support a tidal energy project in Japan. Aquatera ...

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IHI Delivers Drillship Hull to Singaporean Customer

Japanese IHI Corporation (IHI) has delivered a drillship hull to an unnamed customer in Singapore. The hull, ...

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Mooreast Anchors for Floating Offshore Wind Project in Japan

Mooreast will supply 9 units of 20-ton Mooreast MA5P anchor for a floating wind turbine demonstration project ...

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NEC Wraps Up APG Subsea Cable Construction

NEC Corporation has finished the construction of the Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable connecting Japan, ...

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New Cable Laying Vessel Kizuna Launched in Japan

NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), NTT World Engineering Marine Corporation (NTTWEM) and NTT Finance ...

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NTT Com Launches Asia Pacific Gateway Subsea Cable

NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) has launched the Asia Pacific Gateway (APG), a submarine cable network ...

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NEC Completes Faster Cable System

Faster, a consortium of six international companies, together with its supplier NEC Corporation, informed that the ...

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Aquatera Strengthens Presence in Japan

Orkney-based energy and environmental consultancy Aquatera has become a member of the non-profit Nagasaki Marine ...

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South-East Asia Japan Cable Gets Third Capacity Boost

TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity company, has signed a contract to perform its third network upgrade to the South-East ...

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NSRI to Explore Subsea Mining Opportunities in Japan

In partnership with Scottish Development International (SDI) the National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) will be ...

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Scientists Explore Tamu Massif Origin

Schmidt Ocean Institute’s chief scientist Dr. William Sager and his team are returning to the spot of ...

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Equinix Supports FASTER Subsea Cable

Equinix announced support for the new FASTER subsea cable system which runs on the trans-Pacific route, connecting ...

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OFG, Fukada Acquire Gas Hydrate Survey Off Japan

Ocean Floor Geophysics (OFG), in cooperation with Fukada Salvage and Marine Works (Fukada), has completed another ...

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Researchers Examine Fukushima Seafloor Contaminants

An international research team reports results of a three-year study of sediment samples collected offshore from ...

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Another Upgrade of South-East Asia Japan Cable

TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity Ltd. company, has signed a contract to perform another network upgrade to the ...

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Ciena to Boost KJCN Submarine Link

The Korea-Japan Cable Network (KJCN) has selected Ciena for a 100G network upgrade. This upgrade will allow KJCN to ...

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Fukada Salvage Orders Another ROV from ISE

International Submarine Engineering (ISE) has secured a contract to build a 50HP 3000 M Depth HYSUB ROV for Fukada ...

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EMEC Becomes Member of NaMICPA

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has become a member of the Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion ...

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VIDEO: Wreck of Musashi Battleship Found

Paul G. Allen, a philanthropist and entrepreneur, has reportedly located the wreck of Musashi, a Japanese ...

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