Indicomm Global

SUBSEA CABLE


  • SHORE END INSTALLATION

  • LAUNCHING ALCATEL REPEATER

  • CABLE STORAGE TANK


Subsea Cable Services

Indicomm has extensive experience with subsea cable systems, and a proven track record providing highly experienced consultants and engineers to the global subsea cable industry. Over the past 20 years our personnel have been involved with most of the inter-continental fibre optic systems, installed around the world.

Our consultants have a wealth of first-hand knowledge. Most have had in-house training from one or more of the major vendors on their latest DWDM/SDH transmission and subsea equipment. Our experience stems from installing and commissioning telecommunications subsea projects and many of our engineers have been with us since the beginning.

Since inception in 2004, Indicomm has been an engineering partner on subsea cable projects for the world’s leading telecom providers, including (but not limited to) Alcatel-Lucent, Vodafone Group (formerly Cable & Wireless) and Tyco (now TE SubCom).

We offer consultants for the following services:

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FEBRUARY 2002

Indicomm Global and the 2002 World Cup

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FEBRUARY 2010

Re-establishing connectivity to Haiti

Haiti was devastated by a powerful earthquake, depriving it of vital communications networks that were essential for the humanitarian...

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The Maersk Defender cable vessel commencing the laying of the shore end for a subsea network of fibre optic telecoms cables.

An Alcatel repeater being launched off the aft of a cable installation ship as part of the construction of a global subsea fibre optic telecoms network.

A cable storage tank on an offshore installation ship, thousands of meters of cable are stored in each tank with some ships having three to four such tanks on board.