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NTT Com, TTC to Establish Undersea Japan-Russia Optic Cable System

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NTT Communications Corp (NTT Com) of Japan and TransTeleCom (TTC) of Russia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) by which the two companies will jointly establish a 500km high-capacity undersea fiber-optic cable -- the Hokkaido-Sakhalin cable system (HSCS).

The HSCS will transmit data at up to 640Gps between Ishikari, Hokkaido in Japan and Nevelsk, Sakhalin in Russia, based around dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) technology. The project will be completed by the end of 2007.

By connecting the HSCS and TTC's 50,000km transcontinental optical route following that of the Siberian railway and now providing a seamless connection between Europe and Asia, the two companies will realize the shortest uninterrupted link from Tokyo and other parts of Asia to Russia and Europe.

The new route will also function as a rerouting network for the existing route that connects Japan and Europe via the Indian Ocean, providing extra backup in the event of a possible disaster like an earthquake.

The proposed agreement comes in the wake of strong demand for data communications services from multinational companies expanding their business into Russia.

NTT Com and TTC signed an agreement last October to interconnect the two companies' MPLS networks, IP transit and international private line. The MPLS network interconnection enables the companies to increase their network coverage through a seamless international network spanning most of the Asia-Pacific region and Russia.

© Nikkei Electronics Asia

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