Wednesday 16 June 1999 | 00:00 CET | News
TELKOM (Indonesia), telecoms carrier, has introduced the approximately Y6.8 bil, 2,200 km, 5-Gbits/sec transmission capacity Surabaya-Ujungpandang-Banjarmasin Fibre-Optic Cable System linking Java, Sulawesi, and Kalimantan, all Indonesia. The system, which was completed by a consortium of KDD Submarine Cable Systems, undersea cable systems subsidiary of KDD, and TOMEN (Japan), trading company, in March 1999, employs an OS-A 5G System, and has a high quality optical cable system, which was designed by KDD, ensuring reliability over the designed life span of 25 years. The new system is

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