SEACOM has announced that it has “identified restoration solutions and providers and is in the process of re-configuring the network and services to restore circuits.”
The firm promises to restore services within 12 hours or less and will communicate with customers on their specific requirements are underway.
Early in the morning, the undersea cable firm announced that multiple subsea cable cuts had been confirmed off the northern coast of Egypt in the Mediterranean Sea, causing issues on cable systems in Africa, Middle East and Asia connecting to Europe.
But clients need not worry, the firm will have things under control soon.
Recently, Seacom announced that it was upgrading its 17000 km cable system to boost African internet. The upgrade was across the Southern and Eastern African coastlines. SEACOM said it would use the Ciena Corporation’s 6500 Packet-Optical Platform and OneControl Unified Management System for the upgrade. Ciena’s 40G coherent transport technology, with ultra-long distance 100G wavelengths will also be used for future upgrades.