The INDIGO subsea cable system linking Australia with the Southeast Asian region has been commissioned and is ready for use by consortium members, following completion of the Singapore to Perth to Sydney cables.
A consortium comprising Telstra, AARNet, Google, Indosat Ooredoo, Singtel and SubPartners has announced a significant milestone in the construction of the INDIGO subsea cable system with the installations of the INDIGO West and INDIGO Central cables completed as scheduled.
The first section of the INDIGO subsea cable system has been completed with the landing of the INDIGO West cable at Floreat Beach in Perth, according to a statement from Singapore telco, Singtel.
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