NEC Company has achieved a file 800 Gbps transmission over 2,100 km utilizing an optical submarine cable system.
Utilizing a novel transponder, NEC Company has successfully concluded a area check for an optical submarine cable system over an extended distance. Based mostly on NEC’s analysis, this transponder achieves a global-leading transmission efficiency of 800 gigabits per second (Gbps).
The sector trial utilized the Indonesia World Gateway (IGG) optical submarine cable, owned by PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (Telkom) – the nation’s main telecommunications supplier. This check was facilitated utilizing NEC’s latest transponder, the XF3200. Throughout the trial, NEC achieved an optical transmission of 800 Gbps indicators spanning 2,100 km, marking probably the most prolonged distance documented.
Within the check, the XF3200 transponder delivered a transmission capability about 30% higher than current NEC merchandise, positioning it completely to cater to the rising international communication wants. Furthermore, its modern design and incorporation of cutting-edge applied sciences guarantee it’s space-efficient, energy-saving, extremely scalable, and affords versatile upkeep. These options collectively scale back the general price of possession.
“We thank Telkom Indonesia for his or her full assist in acquiring this sort of end result for the primary time on the planet,” stated Yoshihisa Inada, Senior Director, Submarine Community Division, NEC Company. “This achievement is a affirmation of NEC’s management in ultra-high optical transmission programs and we’ll proceed to discover the boundaries of even higher subsea capability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.”
NEC has been a valued collaborator in our submarine cable endeavors for a few years. This area trial underscores the continued development in NEC’s top-tier submarine optical transmission expertise, positioning it to handle the rising visitors wants throughout Indonesia.