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Undersea cables linking Vietnam with global networks restored

By Truc Dao

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HCMC – The glitches detected on the international undersea cable AAE-1 have been fixed, reinstating the regular operations of the five undersea cables connecting Vietnam with global networks.

The AAE-1 undersea cable network plays a crucial role in bolstering connections between Vietnam and Europe, as well as the Middle East. It also offers additional capacity and serves as an interim link to Hong Kong (China) and Singapore.

Another undersea cable network, AAG, which connects Southeast Asia to the United States, had also experienced problems near a cable landing point in Vung Tau City, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province. However, the international service provider completed the necessary repairs in November.

Currently, all five international undersea cables utilized by Vietnamese telecom companies to deliver services to users, including AAG, APG, AAE-1, SMW3, and IA, are operating normally.

Previously, the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority announced plans for three additional undersea cables to link Vietnam to the global network by 2026. Vietnam aims to have six more underwater cable networks by 2030, with investments from Vietnamese telecom providers.

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