Reduce Your Risk with Diversity

Every day, billions of dollars of revenue and customer business flow through a single, geographical, point of failure. SUBCO provides the connectivity options to significantly reduce risk.

Reduce Your Risk with Diversity

Every day, billions of dollars of revenue and customer business flow through a single, geographical, point of failure. SUBCO provides the connectivity options to significantly reduce risk.

Safeguard your network, optimise your position

Much of the network traffic in Asia is concentrated through a shallow, earthquake-prone area of water. This area also doubles as heavy shipping lanes and popular fishing zone. Inevitably, these critical waters have a history of cable damage.

Safeguard your network, optimise your position

Much of the network traffic in Asia is concentrated through a shallow, earthquake-prone area of water. This area also doubles as heavy shipping lanes and popular fishing zone. Inevitably, these critical waters have a history of cable damage.

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SUBCO provides connectivity to Australia and worldwide, helping organisations reduce their risk with diverse, stable and redundant capacity to Asia/EMEA.

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Avoiding High Risk Regions

  • Militarisation and geopolitical issues ongoing in the South China Sea
  • General regional political tensions and instability
  • Territorial disputes around Scarborough Shoal, Paracel Islands and Spratly Islands
  • Potential changes to government policies regarding foreign ownership of telco assets
  • High occurrence of cable damage and outages with long repair times
  • Cabotage rules for Malaysian and Indonesian waters impede repair times further
  • Major shipping and fishing lanes increase risk of anchorage damaging cables

Why connect to OAC?

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Security

OAC avoids existing routes through the Sunda Strait, Malacca Strait, Andaman Sea and South China sea which may be subject to regional political tensions

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Diversity

OAC enables the offload of traffic from busy and volatile SE Asia routes. It is the only low-latency system which avoids the shallow waters and shipping lanes of the Java Sea.

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Latency

OAC is the lowest latency system between Australia and the Middle East. OAC’s total round trip delay is ~97ms between Perth, Australia and Oman

Ready to elevate your international capacity?

Reach out to our team, and we’ll show how you can diversify and optimise your network.