Angola Cables offers customers greater flexibility with Ciena’s GeoMesh Extreme

Subsea cableAngola Cables is collaborating with Ciena to offer greater flexibility in subsea cable use. (Image source: U.S. Pacific Fleet/Flickr)Telecom company Angola Cables said it is collaborating with Ciena Corp to offer customers customised capacity through virtual private cables on the MONET subsea cable

The company said its customers can now manage their own capacity, giving them more choice in how they use the company’s submarine cable network.

The MONET cable system is an underwater fibre optic telecom cable which connects Santos and Fortaleza in Brazil with Boca Raton in the United States.

“With Ciena’s advanced Spectrum Sharing capabilities, we can expand our global reach by offering unique and highly differentiated virtual fibre pair products to our customers that provides them with increased flexibility and choice to best align to continually evolving and growing market demand for submarine connectivity,” said, António Nunes, CEO, Angola Cables.

“Innovative submarine operators like Angola Cables are taking note of new ways to get the most out of their existing assets to continue to differentiate service offerings. At Ciena, our Adaptive Network vision guides submarine network providers’ efforts to aid their customers in addressing increasing capacity demands. Leveraging programmable infrastructure and software control for scale, self-configuration and optimisation, an adaptive network ensures subsea networks can truly adapt to change in network environments and respond accordingly,” said, Ian Clarke, Vice President, Global Submarine Systems, Ciena.

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