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Tuesday, 28 January 2020

Global Submarine Power Cable Market 2020:

Global Submarine Power Cable Market 2020: ABB, General Cable, Nexans, NKT Cables
Jan 24, 2020 (Hitech News Daily via COMTEX) -- Avail a detailed research offering a comprehensive analysis of the developments, growth outlook, driving factors, and key players of the Submarine Power Cable market in the latest research report added by Big Market Research.The recent research report on the global Submarine Power Cable Market presents the latest industry data and future trends, allowing you to recognize the products and end users driving Revenue growth and profitability of the market.
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The report begins with a brief introduction and market overview of the Submarine Power Cable industry followed by its market scope and size. Next, the report provides an overview of market segmentation such as type, application, and region. The drivers, limitations, and opportunities for the market are also listed, along with current trends and policies in the industry.
The report provides a detailed study of the growth rate of every segment with the help of charts and tables. Furthermore, various regions related to the growth of the market are analyzed in the report. 
These regions include:
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
Besides this, the research demonstrates the growth trends and upcoming opportunities in every region.
Analysts have revealed that the Submarine Power Cable market has shown several significant developments over the past few years. The report offers sound predictions on market value and volume that can be beneficial for the market players, investors, stakeholders, and new entrants to gain detailed insights and obtain a leading position in the market.
Additionally, the report offers an in-depth analysis of key market players functioning in the global Submarine Power Cable industry.  
The key players profiled in this report include:  ABB, General Cable, Nexans, NKT Cables, Prysmian
The key product type of Submarine Power Cable market are:  Single Core Cable, Multi Core Cable
Additionally, this report emphases on the status and outlook for major applications of the Submarine Power Cable sector.  
The end users/applications listed in the report are: Offshore Wind Power Generation, Inter-country and Island Connection, Offshore Oil Rigs, Others
The research presents the performance of each player active in the global Submarine Power Cable market. It also offers a summary and highlights the current advancements of each player in the market. This piece of data is a great source of study material for the investors and stakeholders interested in the market. In addition, the report offers insights on suppliers, buyers, and merchants in the market. Along with this, a comprehensive analysis of consumption, market share, and growth rate of each application is offered for the historic period.
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Global Submarine Power Cable market Following Details Segment by Table of Contents:
1 Submarine Power Cable market Overview
2 Manufacturers Profiles
3 Submarine Power Cable market Competition, by Players
4 Submarine Power Cable market Size by Regions
5 North America Submarine Power Cable Revenue by Countries
6 Europe Submarine Power Cable Revenue by Countries
7 Asia-Pacific Submarine Power Cable Revenue by Countries
8 South America Submarine Power Cable Revenue by Countries
9 Middle East and Africa Revenue Submarine Power Cable by Countries
10 Submarine Power Cable market Segment by Type
11 Submarine Power Cable market Segment by Application
12 Submarine Power Cable market Size Forecast ({global submarine power cable market 2020:ABB)({global submarine power cable market 2020:General Cable)({global submarine power cable market 2020:Nexans)({global submarine power cable market 2020:NKT Cables})
13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers
14 Research Findings and Conclusion
15 Appendix
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RTI Selects Equinix To Connect New Transpacific Submarine Cable System In Australia & Japan
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Jan. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), the global interconnection and data center company, today announced that RTI Connectivity Pte. Ltd. (RTI) has selected Equinix IBX data centers to extend their connectivity solutions in Tokyo, Japan, and Sydney, Australia.
RTI's transpacific submarine cable systems are the newest secure long-haul routes interconnecting the Asia-Pacific region and Australia via Guam. The unique design of the new cable systems will improve latency between these continents, while also greatly reducing provisioning timeframes. 
RTI Connectivity Pte. Ltd. (RTI) selects Equinix IBX data centers to extend its connectivity solutions in Tokyo, Japan, and Sydney, Australia.
Hyperscale cloud providers and enterprise companies are fueling data growth between the Asia-Pacific region and Australia. These customers require alternative paths, enhanced quality of service and cost-effective bandwidth solutions.
RTI selected Equinix IBX data centers due to the company's expertise in delivering and managing cable landing stations and its access to dense, rich ecosystems of networks, clouds, and financial and IT service providers. Equinix also provides a neutral landing point for submarine cable operators, reducing their costs and time to deploy by simplifying operations at a neutral location.
Highlights/Key Facts
RTI, an experienced cable owner, and its affiliates will soon be completing construction on several new high-fibre capacity cables that will land on Guam. Equinix termination points that are currently live include the following two cable routes:
Japan-Guam-Australia South Cable System (JGA South) connecting Sydney and Guam with termination into Equinix SY4 IBX in Sydney and with a branch to Australia's Sunshine Coast.
Japan-Guam-Australia North Cable System (JGA North) connecting Tokyo and Guam with termination into Equinix TY2 IBX in Tokyo.
RTI's transpacific cable systems will further enhance and contribute to the expansion of communications networks from the Asia-Pacific region and Australia, thereby improving network redundancy, ensuring reliable communications and expanding onward connectivity options in Guam. With direct access to JGA South and JGA North in Australia and Japan, Equinix provides its customers with the ability to connect and expand business in both Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Equinix's strength as a global, carrier-neutral platform and interconnection provider makes it a desirable place for strategic submarine projects to land within Equinix ecosystem hubs. Equinix hosts more than 2,500 cloud and IT service providers on its global interconnection platform, Platform Equinix®. Equinix operates 200+ data centers serving close to 10,000 customers in highly interconnected markets with industry-leading reliability, security, performance and choice of rich digital ecosystems. Currently, Equinix IBX data centers are subsea enabled in 36 metros around the world.
Russ Matulich, Chief Executive Officer, RTI"JGA South's initial design capacity of 36 Tbps empowers our customers with unrivaled scalability that will seamlessly interconnect Equinix's campuses in Sydney and Tokyo. Content users of any size can now quickly connect to us across the campus, easily transmit their content over the fastest path between Sydney and Tokyo, and rest assured that their content is being delivered safely and securely."
Tim Stronge, Vice President, Research, TeleGeography"The next-generation design of cable landing stations is evolving to take advantage of economics and technology. Equinix will manage the cable landing station for the JGA South and JGA North subsea cable systems directly in Equinix IBX data centers. This new Pop-to-Pop concept holds the potential for cost savings and an increase in performance to the operators of the cable system."
Jeremy Deutsch, President, Equinix Asia-Pacific"RTI's transpacific cable systems is a great addition to the list of submarine cable systems offered in Equinix, and presents further connectivity options to our customers. We're proud to facilitate greater business opportunities between Australia and Asia and provide additional enhanced and efficient interconnection options for enterprises and service providers alike, to continue to drive growth of the digital economy between these two growing markets."
Additional Resources
About EquinixEquinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) connects the world's leading businesses to their customers, employees and partners inside the most-interconnected data centers. On this global platform for digital business, companies come together across more than 50 markets on five continents to reach everywhere, interconnect everyone and integrate everything they need to create their digital futures. Equinix.Com.
About RTIRTI Connectivity Pte. Ltd. (RTI) is a leading independent undersea cable owner providing large-scale network solutions across a wide variety of industries including cloud companies, network operators, regional carriers, global enterprises, content providers and institutions for higher learning. RTI is headquartered in the city-state of Singapore. For more information, visit www.Rticable.Com
Forward-Looking StatementsThis press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from expectations discussed in such forward-looking statements. Factors that might cause such differences include, but are not limited to, the challenges of acquiring, operating and constructing IBX data centers and developing, deploying and delivering Equinix products and solutions; unanticipated costs or difficulties relating to the integration of companies we have acquired or will acquire into Equinix; a failure to receive significant revenues from customers in recently built out or acquired data centers; a failure to complete any financing arrangements contemplated from time to time; competition from existing and new competitors; the ability to generate sufficient cash flow or otherwise obtain funds to repay new or outstanding indebtedness; the loss or decline in business from our key customers; risks related to our taxation as a REIT; and other risks described from time to time in Equinix filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In particular, see recent Equinix quarterly and annual reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, copies of which are available upon request from Equinix. Equinix does not assume any obligation to update the forward-looking information contained in this press release.
NEC Reaches Record 20 Fiber Pairs In New Submarine Cable Design
Amid a rush to build more and more submarine-cable capacity to connect the continents, NEC, one of the biggest suppliers of these systems, announced that it now has a working design for a cable with 20 fiber pairs – a record number of fiber strands that will result in cables that can transmit more data across the oceans than ever before.
Currently, Equiano and Dunant, the two cables Google is building between the US east coast and France and between Portugal and South Africa, respectively, use a design with the most fiber pairs to date. Dunant, according to Google, has 12 fiber pairs. Equiano’s design, the company said, uses the same technology (called space-division multiplexing) that allows for such a big number of strands.
Related: Google’s New Switching Tech Makes Its Latest Subsea Cable Cheaper, Simpler
Google co-developed the Dunant technology together with SubCom, but at the time the internet giant announced Dunant (last April), NEC said it already had the technology to go up to 16 fiber pairs, and Google said it was already looking into 24-pair cables.
The 12-pair Dunant design can push data at 250 terabits per second – that’s enough to push all content in the Library of Congress across the Atlantic three times in a single second, according to Wired.
Related: AWS Will Be Google and Facebook’s Neighbor on the New US-Europe Submarine Cable
The new 20-pair NEC design, which the Japanese electronics and IT giant announced this week, is a 25-percent improvement in fiber count from its previous record of 16. In the announcement, the company also said it would soon go to “24 fiber pairs and beyond.”
Companies like NEC, TE Subcom, and Alcatel-Lucent have been under pressure to increase capacity of submarine cables from internet and cloud giants like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. Even though there is plenty of unutilized capacity on existing, older cables owned by telco consorita, the tech companies in recent years have been investing in their own intercontinental systems to shuttle data between their global data centers. They want control over their own network capacity as well as redundant routes to ensure network uptime and don't mind spending hundreds of millions of dollars to get those things.
Increasing the number of fiber pairs didn’t require any radical changes to NEC’s cable-system design, the company said. It took “only minor modifications to its proven repeater and cable designs. This was done by optimizing key repeater components.”
The company continues using its decade-old “quadruple pump sharing technology” in its new 20-fiber-pair repeaters.
Pumps are key components within repeaters that sit along the length of a cable on the ocean floor to amplify signal in the cable, which loses power as it travels over long distances. Space in repeater shelters is limited, imposing a limit on the number of pumps that can be used and, as a result, limiting the amount of fiber pairs that can be packed within a single cable.
NEC said it had already started mass production of its new optimized “wet plant.”

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