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Alcatel-Lucent upgrades 9,600km trans-Pacific digital submarine cable system linking Japan and California 2013.01.26

Paris, France - January 21, 2013 - Alcatel-Lucent is carrying out a major upgrade of a 9,600km trans-Pacific digital submarine cable system using advanced coherent technology. The cable, owned by 5 major carriers, provides direct connectivity from the Japanese east coast to California. Multi-terabit boost to 9,600km trans-Pacific cable system to meet demand for broadband services and data center applications.

Alcatel-Lucent's undersea cable-laying ship, Ile de Batz.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent

Paris, France - January 21, 2013

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) is carrying out a major upgrade of a 9,600km trans-Pacific digital submarine cable system using advanced coherent technology.

The cable, owned by 5 major carriers, provides direct connectivity from the Japanese east coast to California.

The upgrade will deliver multi-terabit capability to cope with the explosion of data traffic driven by ownership of smartphones and tablets, as well as the increase in video applications and the shift of enterprise activities to the cloud.

Alcatel-Lucent's undersea cable-laying ship, Ile de Batz.
Capable of laying cable for up to 40 days in a row, the ship travels the world laying fibre that forms the basis of connections between major nations and continents.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
The first phase of the upgrade will increase the system capacity by 1 Terabit/s.

Recent research by TeleGeography suggests that the amount of trans-Pacific used capacity will increase at a compound annual rate of 36 percent between now and 2018.

The upgrade will deliver multi-terabit capability to cope with the explosion of data traffic driven by ownership of smartphones and tablets, as well as the increase in video applications and the shift of enterprise activities to the cloud.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
With the system originally designed for an ultimate capacity of 960 Gigabits-per-second (Gbit/s) per fiber pair, the upgrade will quadruple its original design capacity by use of Alcatel-Lucent’s advanced coherent technology, delivering an ultimate capacity of up to
4 Terabits per second (Tbit/s) per fiber pair which is equivalent to approximately 500,000 HDTV channels simultaneously broadcasting a live major sporting event.

Regional and international operators are moving to the most advanced ultra-long reach technology with the highest spectral efficiency ever offered over a trans-Pacific distance.

Monitors for laying.
A dedicated bank of monitors on the bridge helps crew members monitor the exact position the cable is being laid in, and calculates the effect of winds, currents and the boat's movement to help regulate the power the boat needs to keep the cable laying steady as the boat rocks around.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
This upgrade, using state-of-the-art and field proven submarine technology from Alcatel-Lucent, is a strategic move to expand the overall capabilities of trans-Pacific communication infrastructures to benefit from a time-to-market advantage, improved performance and better scalability.

Philippe Dumont, President of Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
Philippe Dumont, President of Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks
, said:
“Carriers, service providers, multi-media and content providers all are expanding their networks to support Internet and data center applications, while protecting their existing investments. Alcatel-Lucent’s unique submarine solution delivers ease of upgrade and scalability to multi-terabit capacity, offering a staged migration combining technological and economic benefits. This upgrade will allow quicker service turn-upto meet customers’ expectations for anywhere, anytime access to broadband applications, storage and computing.”

Paris, France - December 19, 2012

Alcatel-Lucent increases capacity of MAYA-1 submarine data link between Florida and Colombia

Upgrade to faster 40 gigabits-per-second speed and greater capacity will strengthen Caribbean region as a hub for broadband services connecting the US and Latin America.

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) is to upgrade the MAYA-1 submarine cable system – which spans 4,400km distance in a collapsed ring from Hollywood, Florida, US, to Tolu in Colombia – quadrupling the activated data capacity to address growing demand for bandwidth-intensive services, as well as position the Caribbean as a critical hub for communications between North and South America.

MAYA-1 Landing Station Map
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
The 40 Gigabits per second (40G) subsea system will use the high scalability of Alcatel-Lucent’s market-leading single carrier coherent technology to lay the foundation for potential upgrade to 100G capabilities in the future.

From left: Tim Adam, Chief Executive Cable & Wireless (Cayman Islands) Ltd. with Donnie Forbes, Chairman of the MAYA-1 Upgrade #4 Working Group.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
Donnie Forbes, Chairman of the MAYA-1 Upgrade #4 Working Group
“Investing in new capacity on the Maya-1 system will enable the system owners to address the persistent demand for capacity allowing us to satisfy current demand and giving the flexibility to upgrade the system in the future to 100G to keep pace with ever-growing capacity requirements."

Philippe Dumont, President of Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks.
Courtesy of Alcatel-Lucent
Philippe Dumont, President, Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks
, said
“The communication infrastructure in Central and Latin America must be able to cope with increased broadband access requirements and with secure content delivery. Our solution offers scalability for staged upgrades that meet significant bandwidth increments over time, while protecting investments in the subsea plant.”

About MAYA-1

MAYA-1 is a submarine telecommunications cable system owned by a consortium of telecoms companies that was originally constructed in the year 2000.

The system connects seven strategic landing points in the Caribbean, including Hollywood (USA), Cancun (Mexico), Puerto Cortes (Honduras), Puerto Limon (Costa Rica) Half Moon Bay (Cayman Islands), Maria Chiquita (Panama) and Tolu (Colombia) in a collapsed ring configuration.

The system has historically been operated as an SDH Ring however it is now also configured to provide Direct Wavelength Access with various interface types available in addition to the original SDH Ring.

About the Alcatel-Lucent solution

The Alcatel-Lucent solution is based on the 1620 Light Manager submarine line terminal equipment using coherent technology at 40G, expandable to 100G, to provide the most efficient use of the available optical spectrum.

The upgrade solution will be managed by the Alcatel-Lucent 1350 optical management system.
In a demonstration earlier this year on the submarine cable system network, the solution was shown to deliver excellent performance and scalability over the trans-Pacific link.

About Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU), the long-trusted partner of service providers, enterprises and governments around the world, Alcatel-Lucent is a leading innovator in the field of networking and communications technology, products and services.

The company is home to Bell Labs, one of the world's foremost research centers, responsible for breakthroughs that have shaped the networking and communications industry.

Alcatel-Lucent was named one of MIT Technology Review's 2012 Top 50 list of the "World's Most Innovative Companies" for breakthroughs such as lightRadio™, which cuts power consumption and operating costs on wireless networks while delivering lightning fast Internet access.

Through such innovations, Alcatel-Lucent is making communications more sustainable, more affordable and more accessible as we pursue our mission - Realizing the Potential of a Connected World.

With operations in more than 130 countries and one of the most experienced global services organizations in the industry, Alcatel-Lucent is a local partner with global reach.

The Company achieved revenues of Euro 15.3 billion in 2011 and is incorporated in France and headquartered in Paris.

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Source: Alcatel-Lucent Press Room


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