VNPT has said that international partners have completed reconfiguration for the entire branch S1 source to fix on the date 23/01/2018 21h40. Currently sea cable has restored 100% full flow, an Internet connection from Vietnam to international operations back to normal.
In information sharing with the press this morning, dated 01.25.2018, VNPT said, according to information from international partners, partners have conducted reconfigure an entire branch source for S1 to correct the error on international undersea cable dated 01.21.2018 AAG from 7h15 and 21h40 the day ended on 01/23/2018. “At this moment, the entire traffic on international undersea cable has been fully restored. During follow-up, operation of sea cable was stable this far “, VNPT information.
Thus, the time for completion of the repair, troubleshoot on-line division of S1 AAG have been made earlier than planned was announced on 01.19.2018.
As ICTnews have information, dated 01.05.2018, the Internet service provider (ISP) in Vietnam has been the international partner announcements, from 0h 6/1 to 22h00 Day 01/07/2018 , undersea cable system APG conducting international moving service cables in Singapore Changi airport expansion of the Singapore Government. Along with that, for international undersea cable AAG, international partners had planned to reconfigure resources in the period from 06.01.2018 and is expected to completed on 09.01.2018.
In fact, APG cable has completed the transition and restore the transmission line earlier than planned, completed the shift cable to the 1545 date 06.01.2018. As for AAG AAG, on 8/1, this cable has recovered 90%. However, because the new cable fault detection branch should S1 19/1 days, international partners have announced plans to implement reconfiguration for the entire branch source S1 on AAG submarine cable to fix. Meanwhile, the estimated time of international partners launched the day starting 7:00 21.01.2018 01.25.2018 Date is expected to end.
AAG cable line has a total length of 20,000 km and a designed capacity reaches 2 terabits / second, directly connect Southeast Asia to America. Was officially put into operation since 11/2009, optical cables started in Malaysia and terminals in the US, with points docked at Mersing (Malaysia), Changi (Singapore), Sri Racha (Thailand), Tungku (Brunei), Vung Tau (Vietnam), Currimao (Philippines), South Lantau (Hong Kong), Guam (USA), Hawaii (USA) … Branch cable turns into Vietnam is in the interval S1 has a length of 314 km.
Translated by Google