Advanced Submarine Networks’ Track Record Highlights.

2015-date South East Asia:

Submarine cable and marine construction: in-region business development, GTM feasibility studies, technical consultancy, sourcing and project management for Tagu GmbH Unterweser, Germany

2015-date North Africa: ASN-I Tunisia

Test equipment projects (Anritsu Japan) & Microwaves (SIEA Italy)

Tunisia: Ooredoo, Nokia, Sagem, Steg, CERT, ANF, University Gabes/ Gafsa/Tunis, Ministry of Defense.

Libya: Hatif Libya (Libya Telecom), Microwaves.

2011-2014 Indonesia and Malaysia:

Prepared White Paper for Malaysian oil & gas port to connect offshore oil platforms with submarine cables.

2012 Malaysia: feasibility study to deploy submarine fiber and power cables to connect offshore platforms.

2010-2011 Indonesia

NEC Japan: Submarine cable business development consultant for South East Asia projects.

L’Oreal: Feasibility study for Green Energy project, with focus on Wind Energy generation in Eastern Indonesia in collaboration with local NGOs and government institutes


2007-2009 Indonesia:
PT Telkom Jaka2Ladema (1700 km), Scope: coordinated in-country activities that led to the successful deployment of 320 Gbit/s submarine optical fiber project between Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Lombok islands.  Project part-funded by $60M loan from Japan Bank for International Cooperation and Mizuhu Corporate Bank

XLcom Submarine Cable Network: negotiation of repair and maintenance contract, bid management. XL Axiata, in partnership with Nextgen Group and 3 other partners, built 4,600 km Australia-Singapore Cable (ASC) to connect Australia, Indonesia and Singapore .

2007-2009 Indonesia:

Jaka2ladema Project for PT Telkom (1700 km), Scope: Business development initiatives for the Fujitsu-NSW (Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH) consortium incl. contract negotiation and project support.

2009 Philippines: PLDT Domestic Fiber Optic Network (DFON) Expansion, Scope: Sales & marketing & contract negotiation, execution support for supply of submarine cables and transmission equipment.

2009-2010 Malaysia:

Bakun Hydroelectric Submarine Cable Tender Preparation, Scope: preparation of tender document for the wet portion. The Malaysian government intended to use a 700 km submarine cable to transmit up to 700 MW of power from the Bakun hydroelectric dam in Sarawak to Peninsular Malaysia. The cable linking Bakun with Tanjung Lemang in Johor is to cost US$1.5 billion

2009 Fujitsu Japan partnering: Jaka2Ladema project Indonesia (1700km), Scope: installation of all SLTEs, PFEs and terrestrial repeaters.

2009 Thailand: Samart Oil & Gas Submarine Cable Project Scope: consultancy and proposal preparation.

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